Full course description
What is this course about?
Course participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice basic skills necessary for mouse handling. These basic skills include restraint and handling, identification methods (ear tag or ear punch), dose administration (subcutaneous and intraperitoneal injection), and survival blood collection (medial saphenous vein, facial vein).
Who should attend this course?
This course will be most useful for new research faculty and staff.
If the course location is listed as TBA (to be announced), this means that the course location will be announced to participants by the instructor prior to or day of class time.
A University ID is required.
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Course Offered by: Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC), IU School of Medicine
Course Locations: Indianapolis
Course Length: 1-2 hours
SOM, LARC, Indianapolis