April 15-19, 2024 | Virtual and In-Person | Galveston, TX
For the past 15 years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in collaboration with the University of Texas Medical Branch has hosted a nonclinical course titled “Achieving Data Quality and Integrity in Maximum Containment Laboratories.” This course has provided valuable information to a variety of biomedical researchers and public health staff nationally and internationally on how to achieve quality data for nonclinical studies in high containment laboratories according to FDA’s Good Laboratory Practice regulations to include Animal Rule standards. In 2023, a One Health session was added to the curriculum that includes an interactive exercise on how to use the One Health approach for nonclinical studies and the development of medical countermeasures.
The course will have a hybrid (virtual and in-person) format and will be hosted in Galveston, Texas from April 15 - 19 , 2024. In-person attendance provides the opportunity to participate in a mock BSL-4 laboratory exercise with hands-on demonstration of the differences between BSL-2 and BSL-4 environments. Attendance and registration are free of charge. However, travel and per diem is not funded. For questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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