As a major research institution, the UW-Madison provides assurances that its sponsored research activities are in compliance with state and federal regulations and guidelines. In this context, the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) reviews research activities involving biologically hazardous materials and/or recombinant DNA molecules/organisms.
The Office of Biological Safety and the IBC monitor and review research through the use of a Biological Safety Protocol. Biosafety Protocols are managed using the online system, ARROW. Many but not all research with biological materials requires oversight and a protocol.
Does your research need a Biosafety Protocol?
Bio-ARROW KnowledgeBase (KB) documents
Contact and OBS Protocol Advisor: 263-2037 email@example.com
We are happy to provide assistance by phone, email or arrange a visit in-person to help you with your Biosafety Protocol needs.
Other Helpful Documents
Flow Cytometry Guidance
Adding CRISPR to your Bio-ARROW Protocol
Core FAcility Guidance for Submitting a Protocol in Bio-ARROW
*For Best ARROW Function:
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