Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2011 09:27:36 -0400
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From: Paul Harrison <pharriso**At_Symbol_Here**UNIVMAIL.CIS.MCMASTER.CA>
Subject: Re: Biological Material/ Tissue transfer form
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Regina, I expect that your protocol is different from those in Canada, but if you are interested in McMaster's protocols, then the person to contact here for bio-safety is Karin Cassidy, cassidk**At_Symbol_Here** Best, Paul On Sun, 12 Jun 2011 09:42:05 -0700 Regina Frasca wrote: > Colleagues, > I am working on revising a Biological Material/ Tissue transfer form. This is for materials that are coming from another institution into ours. The primary basis is to evaluate if we have the infrastructure for the tissues, if the PI has the training to manage the tissues and to keep the IACUC and other pertinent committees informed of the research that is occurring. As a note this is the research or education that is "not" managed by a grant or a foundation operation. 2 questions: > > > 1. Who does this on your campus? > > 2. Can you send me the template that you use? > > > Regina M. Frasca, NRCC-CHO > Cal State University San Marcos > Director of Risk Management & Safety > Work: 760-750-4502 > Fax: 760-750-3208 > rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here** > The FAS Division Transforms the Workplace... > Service, Laughter, Inviting, Excitement, Communication, Innovation, Finest > RM&S Mission: Contributing to a total learning environment by providing support, guidance, and leadership, promoting safety and preserving the human and physical resources of the campus community. > Paul Harrison Associate Professor of Chemistry Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology McMaster University 1280 Main St. W., Hamilton, ON, L8S 4M1, Canada Phone: (905)525-9140 ext. 27290; FAX: (905)522-2509

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