Accreditation and oversight
Animal care at UC Davis is regulated by several independent resources:
- AAALAC Accredited Since 1966 #000029 Accreditation Letter
- PHS Animal Assurance D16-00272 # (A3433-01) Valid Until March 31, 2023 (Number still valid while renewal takes place. Please see the OLAW website https://olaw.nih.gov/assured/app/index.html#DOMESTIC)
- USDA Registration #93-R-0433 Valid through 9-15-2023
UC Davis’ IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee) oversees the university’s animal care and use program and is responsible for reviewing all animal use protocols and amendments, ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations, inspecting animal facilities and laboratories, and overseeing training and educational programs.
If you have an animal related emergency, please contact Campus Veterinary Services at 530-219-3076. If you have an urgent protocol or amendment concern that potentially impacts animal welfare, please contact our office at 752-2364, to speak to a specialist or leave a voice mail message and/or send an email message to the IACUC staff at email@example.com.
Protocols listing hazardous chemicals and that require additional Chemical Safety review are taking longer than normal to process due to staff shortages within EH&S. If you need to request expedited review please contact the IACUC office at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide written justification for the request. Thank you for your understanding.
Resources for UC Davis faculty, researchers and administrators
Please select from the following:
- Access to the Amendments and Protocols Online System
- Animal Tracking System (ATS)
- IACUC Policies & Guidelines
- List of Drug Formularies
- Occupational Health and Animals (OHSS) application
- Report a Concern
- Training Record Template
- Training Resources
- VMTH Clinical Trials
- Additional Sites and Resources
Or, find answers to frequently asked questions here.
Visiting researchers, volunteers and students
Information for visiting researchers, non-UC Davis collaborators, volunteers and students regarding the UC Davis Animal Care and Use Program can be found here.