CITI Training for IBC

The university, the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) and individual investigators share a collective responsibility to ensure that research involving recombinant DNA is guided by the highest ethical standards and is conducted in compliance with federal, state and university regulations governing such research. To assist the IBC and investigators in meeting these requirements, the OVPR maintains an institutional subscription to the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), a resource of online training modules that provides Baylor investigators convenient access to comprehensive and regularly updated human subjects research guidance.

The Baylor IBC requires that all investigators in BSL1 labs or BSL2 Labs complete CITI training before submitting protocols to the IBC.

Many additional training modules are available to investigators through the CITI website. The Board encourages investigators to access these modules as you see fit to facilitate your own research or instruction, and to use them as a resource in your teaching and mentoring of student investigators.

To access the CITI training choose one of the following options...

CITI For BSL1 Lab

I will be working in a BSL1 Lab and need to complete the required Baylor IBC CITI training.

CITI For BSL2 or BSL3 Lab

I will be working in a BSL2/3 Lab and need to complete the required Baylor IBC CITI training.

CITI For IBC Committee Members

I am a new IBC Committee member and need to complete the required Baylor IBC CITI training.

Instructions for completing CITI Training can be found in the following guide...

CITI Training Instructions

For further assistance with completing CITI training requirements and/or accessing other CITI training modules, please contact

Debbie Penney
Debbie_Penney@baylor.edu
ext. 3708

or
Damon Crisman
Damon_Crisman@baylor.edu
ext.3147