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This procedure describes the requirements for obtaining consent from human research subjects participating in research conducted under the auspices of UNC-Chapel Hill.
Overpayment occurs when compensation that is not owed to an employee is paid in error. The primary cause of employee overpayments is late salary actions; however, this does not negate an employee's obligation to repay overpaid funds immediately.
This procedure describes the GSHIP insurance premium payment process and subsequent distribution of charges to the departments.
This Procedure was established to meet IRS regulations, including 26 U.S. Code § 132(e).
This document establishes procedures for the safe handling and use of Tamoxifen (CAS# 10540-29-1). Tamoxifen is a white, odorless, crystalline solid with a melting point of 140-144 degrees Celsius. It is an antineoplastic agent used to treat breast cancer and is used in campus laboratories and animal facilities for cancer research studies.
This document establishes procedures for the safe handling and use of urethane (CAS# 51-79-6). Urethane is an anesthetic commonly used alone or in combination with other drugs in university animal research facilities and individual laboratories.
This document establishes procedures for the safe handling and use of 7,12-dimethylbenz(a)anthracene, commonly known as DMBA (CAS# 57-97-6) in university Division of Comparative Medicine (DCM; formerly the Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine (DLAM)) facilities. DMBA is a highly potent carcinogen that causes cancer and heritable genetic damage and is used to induce cancer in animal models.
Isoflurane is a halogenated anesthetic gas commonly used in University animal research facilities and individual laboratories. This document establishes procedures for the safe handling and use of 1-chloro-2,2,2-trifluoroethyl difluoromethyl ether (CAS# 26675-46-7), commonly known as isoflurane or Forane®.
This document establishes procedures for the safe handling and use of Tetrodotoxin. Tetrodotoxin is an extremely potent poison (toxin) found mainly in the liver and sex organs (gonads) of some fish, such as puffer fish, globefish, and toadfish (order Tetraodontiformes) and in some amphibian, octopus, and shellfish species. Human poisonings commonly occur when the flesh and/or organs of the fish are improperly prepared and eaten.
Describe proper handling and disposal procedures for Sodium Azide and Sodium Azide solutions. Sodium Azide is a colorless, odorless, crystalline solid that is readily soluble in water. It is used as a preservative of samples and stock solutions in laboratories.
This document establishes procedures for the safe handling and use of ethyl 3-aminobenzoate methanesulfonate (CAS# 886-86-2), commonly known as MS-222 or Tricaine methanesulfonate. Pharmaceutical grade MS-222 is also available (e.g., Finquel® and Tricaine-S®).
This document establishes procedures for the safe handling and use of hydrofluoric acid (CAS# 7664‐39‐3), also known as HF.
These Procedures set out the processes for addressing reports under the Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy.
This document provides key deadlines throughout the year to assist with planning for Summer School.
This scenario arises when: UNC-Chapel Hill is the lead coordinating center responsible for overall study conduct; or A UNC-Chapel Hill employee serves as principal investigator for the entire multi-site study, (unless coordinating function located elsewhere as in some NIH-sponsored groups), or UNC-Chapel Hill is the sponsor (initiates contracts with and disburses funds to other sites).