- About us
- Animal Care and Ethics Committee (ACEC)
- Policies, procedures and guidelines
- Obtaining approval for animal research
- Standard operating procedures and animal wellbeing phenotype reports
- Monitoring of animal well-being
- Managing approved projects
- Contact us
Obtaining approval for animal research
All Researchers at the University of Newcastle must obtain approval from the Animal Care and Ethic Committee (ACEC) prior to the use of animals for research or teaching purposes.
This section of the website will assist you in preparing and submitting your animal ethics application with the following resources:
- Information on Obtaining Approval
- Application Forms and Procedures
- ACEC Meeting Dates and Submission Deadlines
- Supplement Document and Standard Operating Procedures
- 3Rs - Alternatives to Animal Use
- Collaborative Research
- Linking Funding
- Peer Review
If you require further assistance, please download Research Services;
Contact Guide: Support for Researchers Using Animals (DOC 42.0 KB), that contains the contact details of staff that can assist you with questions about animal based research.
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