Baylor University Environmental Health and Safety- Biological Safety provides general surveillance over teaching and research which involve biohazardous agents as well as research that utilizes recombinant nucleic acid in cells including plants, arthropods, and animals.
Learn the steps to receive approval for research with biohazards at Baylor University. All research conducted by faculty, staff or students of Baylor University involving any of the agents/materials listed below, must be reviewed and approved by the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) prior to initiation:
The Biosafety Program is responsible for providing training and support to faculty, staff and students in regulatory requirements associated with research reviewed by Baylor University’s IBC. Committee decisions and guidelines are regularly posted to the IBC website.