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LARC Rat Manipulation and Techniques Training is a Course

LARC Rat Manipulation and Techniques Training

Started Oct 31, 2017


Full course description

Currently there is a waiting list for this training.   To be placed on the waitlist,  email indicating the training you are wanting to attend.

What is this course about?

This is a two hour course. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and conduct basic dose administration such as SQ and ip injectins, oral gavage, tail vein injections and survival blood collection by tail vein and medial and ventral saphenous vein. Learning terminal blood collection is available upon request.

Prerequisite to attending this course:

The Rat Restraint and Practical Handling Training Course

Who should attend this course?

This course will be most useful for new research faculty and staff.

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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.


At the time you enroll, accept your invite.   Click on and visit the course page link provided on the confirmation page to view your dashboard and assignments prior to attending your class. 


Course Offered by: Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC), IU School of Medicine
Course Locations: Indianapolis
Course Length: 2 hours
Email Questions:

SOM, LARC, Indianapolis


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