IMPROVEMENT OF ANIMAL RESOURCE PROGRAM

  • Kresch, Mitchell (PI)
  • Leyh, Thomas (PI)
  • Martin, Steven (PI)
  • Peisach, Jack (PI)
  • Stanley, E. Richard (PI)
  • Reinke, Rosemary (PI)
  • Roth, Philip (PI)
  • Sachettini, James (PI)
  • Model, Patricia (PI)
  • Brenowitz, Michael (PI)
  • Crain, Stanley (PI)
  • Weiner, Francis (PI)
  • Pollard, Jeffrey (PI)
  • Chalazonitis, Alcmen (PI)
  • Shields, Dennis (PI)
  • Carrasco, Mary (PI)
  • Christ, George (PI)
  • Kielian, Margaret (PI)
  • Marsh, Lorraine (PI)
  • Walkley, Steven (PI)
  • Prasad, Vinayaka (PI)
  • Bases, Robert (PI)
  • Federoff, Howard (PI)
  • Eisen, Andrew (PI)
  • Steinberg, Jacob (PI)
  • Steinman, Howard (PI)
  • Ruben, Robert (PI)
  • Wolfson, Leslie (PI)
  • Brownlee, Michael (PI)
  • Gilbert, Harriet (PI)
  • Goldfischer, Sidney (PI)
  • Kahn, Shahid (PI)
  • Irigoyen, Oscar (PI)
  • Davidson, Anne (PI)
  • Schramm, Vern (PI)
  • Dickson, Dennis (PI)
  • Angeletti, Ruth (PI)
  • Brewer, Curtis (PI)
  • Berman, Joan (PI)
  • Makman, Maynard (PI)
  • Yoakum, George (PI)
  • Willis, Ian (PI)
  • Bhargava, Madhu (PI)
  • Barac-Nieto, Mario (PI)
  • Wolkoff, Allan (PI)
  • Fricker, Lloyd (PI)
  • Blaufox, Donald (PI)
  • Spencer, Peter (PI)
  • Schubart, Ulrich (PI)
  • Charron, Maureen (PI)
  • Sharpless, Nansie (PI)
  • Purpura, Dominick (PI)
  • Kerber, William (PI)

Project: Research project

Description

The long-term objective is to provide a sound animal resource
program including modern facilities and equipment, to support the
biomedical research programs of Florida State University. An
additional long-term objective is to bring the University into full
compliance with the standards of the NIH Guide and all provisions
of the Animal Welfare Act. Accreditation would then be sought. These objectives will be met in part through the construction of
a centralized laboratory Animal Resources building which will
become the core of the University's planned Life Sciences Complex.
This complex will bring together the Biological Sciences and
Psychology faculties and all animals used in research at the
University. The specific aim of this proposal is to improve the caging, cage
sanitation system and the diagnostic equipment. The new equipment
will benefit all animal related research on campus and will move
the University much closer to accreditation standards.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date4/1/799/29/92

Funding

  • National Institutes of Health

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ontogeny
diagnostic equipment
animals
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research programs
animal welfare
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