BIO Online Learning

Through a curated network of education alliance partners, BIO offers industry professionals executive training and development resources for accelerating career growth

NIH Recombinant DNA Compliance

NIH Recombinant DNA Compliance highlights the history and current legislative initiatives for NIH compliance, how these regulations may affect your institution and the operation of the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). Awareness of the IBC responsibilities, exempt vs. non-exempt experiments, and what to expect during an NIH audit are explored. This course also provides a detailed look at the purpose, composition, responsibilities, and management of IBCs.

Takeaways

  • Understanding of recombinant DNA science.
  • Knowledge of NIH Guidelines for Research Involving Recombinant DNA Molecules.
  • Scope of NIH Guidelines and who is subject to follow these guidelines.
  • List of protocols the IBC is required and not required to review.
  • Survey of what the NIH will audit during a site visit.

Download Course Syllabus

NIH Recombinant DNA Compliance Course Syllabus
Course Price:
$150 USD
BIO Member Price:
$120 USD
Course Length:
44 minutes
Course Level:
Introductory
Completion Period:
2 weeks
Course Format:
On-Demand

Certificate Requirements

  • View the entire course
  • Pass the course exam with a 70 percent
  • Complete the course evaluation
Related Courses
FLIP

Biopharma Business Acumen was developed for those who need to better understand the unique considerations encountered by industry executives.

Professional Certificate
FLIP

Working With Animals focuses on the special considerations of working safely with laboratory animals.

Professional Certificate
FLIP

Basic Disinfection Practices for Tissue Culture Laboratories introduces disinfection methods for laboratories working with infectious agents.

Professional Certificate
FLIP

OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Regulations details current OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Regulations, how to determine if your organization is subject to its laws, and how to properly integrate them into existing medical surveillance, health, and safety programs.

Professional Certificate