Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)

Contact the IBC

The CU Denver | Anschutz Institutional Biosafety Committee provides review and approval for a wide range of research activities on CU campuses. Protocols are reviewed and overseen for compliance with the National Institute of Health (NIH) Guidelines and Federal Select Agents Regulations, as well as state & institutional requirements for research on campus.

The IBC meets monthly to review biosafety applications. 

For researchers using human samples, the Biosafety Office has provided updated guidance for researchers with regards to COVID-19 safety.

Please direct all questions regarding IBC requirements and review processes to

Upcoming Trainings

different animal containers in the vivarium

Animal Program Orientation

| All Day
Course ID: _scorm12_cu_u60007_0001

Animal Program Orientation is the first of three courses required for all University of Colorado Denver personnel who conduct research with animals.

The orientation discusses laws and regulations concerning the ethical treatment of research animals. You need to pass the quiz with a passing score of 80%
Add event to:
CMS Login