IBC Application: Registration of a research protocol, program or activity
IBC Activity Modification Report: Use this form to add or remove organisms or procedures, temporarily suspend or end a protocol, and report changes in personnel, location, or funding.
NIH Guidelines Classification Reference: A quick guide to levels of review for IBC-registered research. For the full text of the NIH Guidelines for Research Involving Recombinant or Synthetic Nucleic Acid Molecules, please visit the OBA website (NIH Guidelines)
IBC Incident Report Forms
- Work related injuries and illnesses should be reported to NMSU Campus Health Center
- The NIH Guidelines require that any significant problems, violations, or any significant research-related accidents and illnesses” be reported to OBA within 30 days. Appendix G of the NIH Guidelines specifies certain types of accidents that must be reported on a more expedited basis. Specifically, Appendix G-II-B-2-k requires that spills and accidents in BL2 laboratories resulting in an overt exposure must be immediately reported to the OBA, as well as the IBC.
- The incident reporting template and FAQs can be accessed from http://osp.od.nih.gov/office-biotechnology-activities/biosafety/institutional-biosafety-committees/incident-reporting