Biosafety Training - Online
This is a general biosafety training course that covers the review and approval process for using biohazardous agents. It will teach you the roles and responsibilities of persons conducting research with recombinant DNA and other biohazardous agents and describes the practices, safety equipment, and facility design required to ensure safety in laboratories conducting research with recombinant DNA and other biohazardous agents.
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- Principal investigators (PIs) if their research includes the use of recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules or other biohazardous agents
- Students, fellows, laboratory managers, research staff, and other personnel with use or potential for exposure to recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules or other biohazardous agents