The University of Arizona

IACUC Forms

Report Misconduct

University Ethics and Compliance Hotline:

866-364-1908

The UA IACUC only accepts protocol and protocol amendment submissions through the web-based eSirius 3G program. See Protocol Amendment Submissions for guidance. If you are making changes to protocol personnel, not the protocol itself, see Adding Personnel to an IACUC Protocol.

Note: You will need Acrobat Reader version 8.0 or higher to use the PDF forms below. To avoid browser issues when accessing the forms, right click on the hyperlink and select “save target as” or “save link as” to save the file directly to your hard drive. After saving, close the web browser and open the saved document. 

Breeding

Breeding Addendum (PDF)

Compounding SOPs

Preparation of Compounds (Word)
Preparation of Ketamine-Containing Anesthetic Cocktails (Word)
Preparation of Sodium Pentobarbital (Word)
Preparation of Tribromoethanol (Avertin) (Word)

Client Owned Animals

Sample Client Owned Animal Consent Form (Word)

Animal Hazards Checklists

For laboratory locations (Word)
For agricultural locations (CAC, CAEC, WCAC) (Word)
For field studies (Word)

Euthanasia

Certification of Competency for Cervical Dislocation/Decapitation/Retro-Orbital Bleeding/Injection (Word)
Guillotine Use and Maintenance Log (Word)

Satellite Facilities

Small Mammal Species: SOP for PI Housing (Word)
Small Mammal Species: Assessment Log for PI Housing (Word)
Aquatic Species: SOP for PI Housing (Word)
Aquatic Species: Assessment Log for PI Housing (Word)
Semi-Aquatic Species: SOP for PI Housing (Word)
Semi-Aquatic Species: Assessment Log for PI Housing (Word)
Zebrafish: SOP for PI Housing (Word)
Zebrafish: Assessment Log for PI Housing (Word)

Surgery and Analgesia

Survival Surgery and Post-Operative Monitoring Form (Word)
Non-Survival Surgery Form (Word)
Non-Surgical Analgesia Record (Word)

Other

Certification of Competency for Cervical Dislocation/Decapitation/Retro-Orbital Bleeding/Injection (Word
Loss Compensation Form (for loss of animals due to infectious disease or equipment failure) (Word)