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Biosafety

The University of Cincinnati Biosafety Office is responsible for performing risk assessments to identify hazards and to guide researchers in implementing safety practices and procedures to minimize or eliminate risks associated with research involving biohazardous or potentially biohazardous materials.

07
May

Event

UC Center for Public Engagement with Science Workshop - Day 2 - Informal Science Education (ISE) | Scientific Work with Communities (5/7)

Time: May 7, 11:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Location: Virtual

Target Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students, General Public

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Day 2:  Friday, May 7 - Informal Science Education (ISE) | Scientific Work with Communities

11:30 – 12:30 pm EDT - ISE Keynotes Q&A
Keynote speakers will answer pre-submitted and live questions about their pre-recorded talks. 

12:45 – 2:00 pm EDT - [INTERACTIVE] - ISE Activity
Participants will work in small groups to discuss adapting informal science education activities to focus on scientific methods and philosophy or history of science. This session will be highly interactive with small breakout groups.  

2:15 – 2:45 pm EDT - [INTERACTIVE] - Networking Groups
Interested participants will be assigned to small groups for an opportunity to network in small groups with other workshop attendees.

3:00 – 4:00 pm EDT - Scientific Work with Communities Keynotes Q&A
Keynote speakers will answer pre-submitted and live questions about their pre-recorded talks.

4:15 – 5:30 pm EDT - Scientific Work with Communities Panel Discussion
Littisha Bates -  (Associate Dean for Inclusive Excellence and community Partnership, College of Arts & Sciences, and Association Professor of Sociology, University of Cincinnati)
Kenneth Petren - (Interim Director of the UC Center for Field Studies; Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati)
Carlie Trott -  (Assistant Professor of Social and Community Psychology at the University of Cincinnati)
14
May

Event

UC Center for Public Engagement with Science Workshop - Day 3 - Philosophy of Science & Public Engagement with Science (5/14)

Time: May 14, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: Virtual

Target Audience: Philosophers of Science

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Day 3:  Friday, May 14 - Philosophy of Science & Public Engagement with Science

The workshop’s third day is intended primarily for philosophers of science. The goal is to have extended discussions about how to expand the discipline of philosophy of science’s participation in public engagement with science. This will include working group sessions on philosophy of science’s prospective contributions to each of the four conference themes, as well as discussion about how to address the challenges facing philosophers of science working on public engagement with science. 

12:00 – 1:30 pm EDT - Topic-Specific Working Group Discussions
Participant may join one of the four breakout sessions: (1) Science Communication (2) K-12 Science Education (3) Informal Science (4) Scientific Work with Communities

2:30 – 3:30 pm EDT - Disciplinary Transformation Working Group Discussions
Participant may join one of the four breakout sessions: (1) Institutional Structures for Public Engagement with Science (2) Graduate Student Training in Public Engagement with Science (3) Disciplinary Recognition for Public Engagement with Science.

3:30 – 4:00 pm EDT - Group Reports and Concluding Remarks
14
May

Event

Research Development & Support Series: Using Dimensions for the Competitive Edge in Your Research (5/14)

Time: May 14, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Location: Zoom

Target Audience: All faculty, post-docs, graduate students and research administrators

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

In this workshop, attendees will learn to use the online database Dimensions to: Discover the latest publications, awarded grant funding, clinical trials or patents on their research interest, worldwide. Benchmark against other research organizations, funders, publications or researchers in a particular topic, or across all research activity. Identify new sources of research funding for future funding applications. Identify potential research collaborators in their discipline. Learn about the Dimensions API and how it can be used to generate specific datasets for their research. 

14
May

Event

Using the Jetstream API's: An Introduction (5/14)

Time: May 14, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location: Virtual

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Jetstream is a user-friendly cloud computing environment that is designed to provide configurable cyber-infrastucture to researchers. To learn more about Jetstream's features and how to use it, visit the topic Introduction to Jetstream. This topic covers advanced subjects related to accessing and controlling Jetstream's functionality through programmatic means such as Application Programmer Interfaces (APIs). APIs provide "low level" access that is designed to be powerful rather than easy to use. As such, the techniques described in this topic may be challenging for less experienced cloud computing users and programmers.

Presenter
Sanjana Sudarshan
Senior Technical Advisor - Jetstream at Indiana University Bloomington
14
May

Event

Using the Jetstream APIs: an Introduction (5/14)

Time: May 14, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location:

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Jetstream is a user-friendly, NSF-funded, cloud computing environment that is designed to provide configurable cyber-infrastructure to researchers. To learn more about Jetstream's features and how to use it, visit the topic Introduction to Jetstream. This topic covers advanced subjects related to accessing and controlling Jetstream's functionality through programmatic means such as Application Programmer Interfaces (APIs). APIs provide "low level" access that is designed to be powerful rather than easy to use. As such, the techniques described in this topic may be challenging for less experienced cloud computing users and programmers.
17
May

Event

Research Development & Support Series: Proposal Budgets - More Than Just a Bunch of Numbers (5/17)

Time: May 17, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Location: Zoom

Target Audience: All faculty, post-docs, graduate students and research administrators

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Preparing and managing a grant proposal budget can be challenging. In this presentation, Office of Research staff will highlight some key information on the basics of budgeting, the available tools, and most importantly where to turn for assistance. We will review a sample project and walk through the process of creating a budget for that process in a workshop format. This will be followed by a Q&A where the presenters will be available to discuss any specific areas of interest to the audience, and answer any questions.

You may submit questions in advance to Research Development.
27
May

Event

Webinar: Introduction to Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum (5/27)

Time: May 27, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty and Staff

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

This webinar will focus on inquiry-based learning enhanced by computational thinking with content and practice to assist teachers and faculty to incorporate modeling at all levels from mobile device to desktop to petascale supercomputing and beyond. The activities will expose participants to the basics of computational thinking, modeling, and data analysis. Participants from a broad range of disciplines, including, but not limited to, computer science, mathematics, and the physical and life sciences are welcome. Materials for the webinar are drawn from the National Science Digital Library (nsdl.oercommons.org), in particular resources from XSEDE as well as Shodor’s extensive Interactivate collection of lessons, discussions, activities, and supporting materials. The first two hours of the webinar will consist of presentation and activities, and the third hour will be reserved for questions and further discussion.
02
Jun

Event

Cleaning your data with OpenRefine (6/2)

Time: June 2, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

OpenRefine is an open sourced, java-based, powerful tool that lets you clean your messy data easily and in ways Excel and other traditional spreadsheet software programs cannot.  In this 2 hour hands-on workshop you will learn how to explore your data, how to clean and transform it, and how to automate processes.  Go beyond “find and replace” to find all variations of a term  (i.e., UC, U.C., Univ. of Cinci., University of Cincinnati, U Cincinatti) to correct errors, to group like categories together, to convert columns to new formats, to make mistakes, and to fix them. 
08
Jun

Event

XSEDE HPC Workshop: HPC Summer Boot Camp (6/8)

Time: June 8, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

XSEDE, along with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to present a Hybrid Computing workshop.  This 4-day event will include MPI, OpenMP, GPU programming using OpenACC and accelerators.

Tentative Agenda
09
Jun

Event

XSEDE HPC Workshop: HPC Summer Boot Camp (Day 2) (6/9)

Time: June 9, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

XSEDE, along with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to present a Hybrid Computing workshop.  This 4-day event will include MPI, OpenMP, GPU programming using OpenACC and accelerators.

Tentative Agenda
09
Jun

Event

Using human dorsal root ganglia neurons to investigate somatosensation and skin-nerve integration in vitro (6/9)

Time: June 9, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Location: Webex (link to follow registration)

Target Audience: Faculty, Staff and Students

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Hosted by Procter & Gamble’s Skin Product Interaction Consortium and featuring speaker Dr. Steve Davidson of the UC College of Medicine's Department of Anesthesiology.
10
Jun

Event

XSEDE HPC Workshop: HPC Summer Boot Camp (Day 3) (6/10)

Time: June 10, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

XSEDE, along with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to present a Hybrid Computing workshop.  This 4-day event will include MPI, OpenMP, GPU programming using OpenACC and accelerators.

Tentative Agenda
11
Jun

Event

XSEDE HPC Workshop: HPC Summer Boot Camp (Day 4) (6/11)

Time: June 11, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

XSEDE, along with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to present a Hybrid Computing workshop.  This 4-day event will include MPI, OpenMP, GPU programming using OpenACC and accelerators.

Tentative Agenda
17
Jun

Event

Workshop: Advanced Computing for Social Change Curriculum Development (Day 1) (6/17)

Time: June 17, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

This workshop presents the Advanced Computing for Social Change (ACSC) faculty curriculum development and seeking faculty from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who would like to incorporate the ACSC approach to teaching data analytics and computational thinking into their curriculum or are interested in using these tools in their research. This 2-day workshop provides materials informed by the ACSC student challenge to help introduce software tools, such as R, and classroom resources for data analysis, visualization, and computational modeling. The workshop will include some hands-on training, but no special equipment or software is required. The goal is for attendees to leave the workshop with new curriculum materials and tools that will help to incorporate the use of data science tools to address social issues in their courses. No previous programming experience is necessary: both introductory and intermediate R methods will be presented.
17
Jun

Event

Workshop: Advanced Computing for Social Change Curriculum Development (Day 2) (6/17)

Time: June 17, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

This workshop presents the Advanced Computing for Social Change (ACSC) faculty curriculum development and seeking faculty from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who would like to incorporate the ACSC approach to teaching data analytics and computational thinking into their curriculum or are interested in using these tools in their research. This 2-day workshop provides materials informed by the ACSC student challenge to help introduce software tools, such as R, and classroom resources for data analysis, visualization, and computational modeling. The workshop will include some hands-on training, but no special equipment or software is required. The goal is for attendees to leave the workshop with new curriculum materials and tools that will help to incorporate the use of data science tools to address social issues in their courses. No previous programming experience is necessary: both introductory and intermediate R methods will be presented.
30
Jun

Event

Writing a Data Management Plan (6/30)

Time: June 30, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Location: Online

Target Audience: Faculty

Research Office: Office of the Vice President for Research

Are you looking for guidance to write a good data management plan to accompany your successful grant application? In this interactive workshop, participants will use tools such as a checklist, template, and example language to compose the main points of a grant worthy data management plan appropriate for most funders.

Online Training

Viral Vectors

Target Audience: Open to the public and UC researchers who plan to work with viral vectors

Research Office: Biosafety

This training is required for individuals assigned to projects involving viral vectors.  Before an IBC protocol can be approved, PIs and authorized personnel must complete all applicable training modules.

Individuals outside UC must login through the "External Login" link and create a new UC account.

Online Training

Conflicts of Interest in Research

Target Audience: All faculty and staff who conduct research at UC

Research Office: Office for Ethics in Industry Engagement

Faculty and staff who participate in funded research at the University of Cincinnati must complete training on promoting objectivity in research. This training is required every four years, at a minimum, due to federal regulations governing conflicts of interest in research. The course for meeting this requirement is available in the UC online training application CPD (Continuous Professional Development). If you are a UC employee and have not completed the Conflict of Interest Training, you will not be able to complete your Outside Activity Report.

Online Training

Export Compliance for Researchers

Target Audience: All personnel conducting restricted work

Research Office: Export Controls

All personnel conducting restrictive work must complete Export Control training. The Export Compliance training is available online and is provided by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) at the University of Miami. The courses in CITI, “Export Compliance for Researchers part I and II”, are required for all personnel participating in restricted work. These courses are optional for all other University of Cincinnati faculty, staff and students, but are highly recommended.

For a more detailed, in person training, please contact the Export Control Office at exportco@uc.edu.
 

Online Training

FDA Regulated Research Activities Online Training

Target Audience: All principal investigators, co-principal investigators, and study coordinators engaged in FDA regulated research

Research Office: Human Research Protection Program

This online training includes 11 modules pertaining to FDA regulated research activities. These modules are specific to UC.

FDA modules can be found under “Human Subjects Research Compliance Training”.  All 11 modules must be completed.

Further questions?  Please visit our FDA FAQ page.

Online Training

BioSafety Cabinets Training

Target Audience: UC researchers who use biosafety cabinets as part of their research experiments

Research Office: Biosafety

This online training includes information on the purpose and proper use of biological safety cabinets. Approximately 15 minutes.

Marcia Espinola, DVM, Director of Biosafety Office, Office of Research Integrity

Online Training

Healthcare Worker (Recertification)

Target Audience: Healthcare providers that will work with patients who are undergoing radiation therapy and require recertification.

Research Office: Radiation Safety

This online course is for the required for annual recertification. Please note, review and completion of the Radiation Safety Self-Learning Package is required prior to taking the online course.

Online Training

Shipping of Biohazardous Materials

Target Audience: UC researchers who plan to ship biohazard materials

Research Office: Biosafety

This online training provides information on the shipment of biohazard materials and helps the user identify if the materials within the package are regulated and what steps are required to comply. There are four training modules, each with a short quiz. Training certificates for this course are valid for 2 years.

Online Training

RAM Worker Retraining

Target Audience: Trained RAM workers needing annual retraining

Research Office: Radiation Safety

This is a refresher course that is required annually for all RAM workers and can be completed online or in person.

Available to be accessed online through the Center for Continuous Development
Contact the RSOf directly if you would like to attend a live retraining course.
Radiation Safety Office, 513-558-4110

Online Training

Ancillary Worker Awareness

Target Audience: Anyone with working duties that require entrance into a radiation area or a room where radiation generating equipment (RGE) is in operation.

Research Office: Radiation Safety

This video provides basic information regarding hazards, warnings, and signage for those individuals required to have limited/minimal exposure to sources of ionizing radiation.  It will also provide contact information should for concerns related to Radioactive Materials (RAM) or Radiation Generating Equipment (RGE)

Online Training

OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)

Target Audience: Anyone working on projects involving human-derived material

Research Office: Biosafety

This online training, provided by the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Office, is intended for all individuals assigned to projects involving the use of human-derived materials (e.g. established and primary cells, blood, plasma, serum, tissues).  It is required both at the time of initial work assignment and at least every 12 months thereafter.

Online Training

Lab Hazards Awareness Training

Target Audience: Support personnel, students and new employees

Research Office: Biosafety

This interactive online training has been primarily designed to those not familiar with the possible hazards present on a research laboratory. It discusses the different type of hazards (e.g. biological, chemical, radiological) and indicates where to get more information and educational materials.

Online Training

Authorized User (AU) Retraining

Target Audience: Any authorized user (AU)

Research Office: Radiation Safety

This training is conducted to update AUs on any changes to relevant policy, regulatory or license changes.

This workshop is presented live via Teams. Virtual class schedule and registration is available through the Center for Continuous Development website.

Contact the Radiation Safety Office with any questions: 513-558-4110 or radiationsafety@uc.edu.

Online Training

Health Care Worker - Initial

Target Audience: Healthcare workers who may provide care to patient(s) that have undergone treatment with sealed or unsealed radioactive materials

Research Office: Radiation Safety

This training is specific to healthcare workers who may provide care to patient(s) that have undergone treatment with sealed or unsealed radioactive materials.

This workshop is presented live via Teams. Virtual class schedule and registration is available through the Center for Continuous Development website.

Contact the Radiation Safety Office with any questions: 513-558-4110 or radiationsafety@uc.edu.

Online Training

Human Subject Research - CITI

Target Audience: All researchers engaged in human subjects research at the University of Cincinnati

Research Office: Human Research Protection Program

All researchers engaged in human subjects research at the University of Cincinnati must complete training prior to engaging in research. Training is provided online using Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) at the Biomedical Research Alliance of New York (BRANY). The CITI curriculum is customized for you, based on the kind of research in which you are involved. A series of registration questions will identify the courses you need to complete. If you have already done CITI training in the past, that information will be maintained in your CITI record.

For questions on how to register a new account with CITI or how to add a course to your CITI profile, please contact the HRPP office at 513-558-5259.

Online Training

Animal Acquisitions

Target Audience: Anyone involved in the process of acquiring animals for an approved research protocol.

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

This course covers basic financial principles and the roles and responsibilities of anyone involved in the process of procuring animals.  This course is open to all research staff but must be completed by Principal Investigators (PIs), Co-Investigators, PI Proxies, and the Fiscal Approvers/Financial staff designated to approve funds for the associated animal protocol.

Training Upon Request

LAMS Hazard Training

Target Audience: All personnel working with hazardous materials in LAMS or with animals harboring hazardous material

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

Researchers must complete this training prior to working with hazardous agents in vivo in any LAMS facility. This training will cover topics such as submitting a hazard service request to LAMS prior to agent use, communication and labeling requirements, agent disinfectant and hold time, transportation of animals harboring hazardous agents within LAMS and to IACUC‐approved satellite facilities, disposal of dirty caging, safety equipment/information, and necropsy procedures.

 

Multiple dates/times are available. Course duration is approximately 30 minutes.
To schedule, email LAMS (LAMS@ucmail.uc.edu) with your availability.

Training Upon Request

Principles of Surgery

Target Audience: All personnel assisting with or performing rodent surgery (non-survival and/or survival)

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

Researchers must complete this training prior to assisting with or performing rodent surgery (non-survival and/or survival). This training will explain and demonstrate aseptic technique and cover animal preparation, aseptic technique, anesthesia, pain recognition and analgesia, instrument selection and handling, suture selection, tissue handling, pre- and post-operative care and monitoring.

 

Course duration is approximately 1 hour.
To schedule, email animaltraining@uc.edu with your availability.

Training Upon Request

Leather Research Laboratory Education Opportunities

Target Audience: Faculty/Researchers interested in the Leather Industry

Research Office: Research Programs

The Leather Research Laboratory at the University of Cincinnati is pleased to offer a variety of educational courses specifically designed to address the needs of those in the leather industry. Courses include Leather Orientation course (offered in April and August), Quality Assurance for Leather Workshop (offered in May and September), and Leather Buyers Conference. They will also design a custom course for your company.

Training Upon Request

Introduction to Biosafety

Target Audience: Any researcher

Research Office: Biosafety

This training provides an introduction to biological safety issues including definitions, risk assessment, principles, safe laboratory practices and disinfection methods.

Takes about one hour.

Training Upon Request

Advanced Radiation Worker Training

Target Audience: Individuals who will use or possess radioactive material

Research Office: Radiation Safety

This training is a follow-up to the Basic Radiation Safety training with a focus on advanced concepts to provide specifics of the University of Cincinnati Radiation Control and Safety Program for individuals who will use or possess radioactive material.


This workshop is presented live via Teams. Virtual class schedule and registration is available through the Center for Continuous Development website.

Contact the Radiation Safety Office with any questions: 513-558-4110 or radiationsafety@uc.edu.

Training Upon Request

Basic Radiation Worker Training

Target Audience: Anyone who works with radioactive materials

Research Office: Radiation Safety

This training will provide fundamental knowledge necessary to protect yourself and others while working with radioactive materials.  This training is required for all individuals who will use/possess radioactive materials.

This workshop is presented live via Teams. Virtual class schedule and registration is available through the Center for Continuous Development website.

Contact the Radiation Safety Office with any questions: 513-558-4110 or radiationsafety@uc.edu.

Training Upon Request

IRB Office Hours in the Faculty Enrichment Center (Langsam Library)

Target Audience: UC faculty and staff

Research Office: Human Research Protection Program

IRB Coordinators from the Human Research Protection Program will provide consulting for UC faculty and staff with questions about IRB submissions every month on the first Tuesday of the month from 1pm-4pm and the third Tuesday of the month from 9am-12pm.

Walk-ins are welcome.


Further Questions: Contact Deborah Stewart (quinonda@ucmail.uc.edu)

Training Upon Request

IRB Appointments Available for CECH faculty, staff, and students

Target Audience: CECH Faculty, staff and students

Research Office: Human Research Protection Program

The CECH IRB Coordinator is available by appointment for CECH Faculty, staff and students to answer questions and provide support for IRB submissions.

Further Questions: Contact Christa Preston (prestoca@ucmail.uc.edu)

Training Upon Request

Common Rodent Techniques and Procedures

Target Audience: All personnel working with vertebrate animals

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

Researchers may request free training from LAMS Veterinary Staff on rodent techniques and procedures specific to their approved IACUC protocol, including but not limited to:

 

Common Rodent Techniques

Note: Procedures may be performed with or without anesthesia depending on trainee comfort unless otherwise noted.

  • Restraint: manual and mechanical
  • Identification methods: ear tag, ear notch
  • Nail trimming
  • Injection: SQ, IM, IP, IV, oral gavage
  • Rodent anesthesia machine instruction and anesthetic monitoring
  • Venipuncture: submandibular, saphenous, jugular, tail clip, tail lacerations and retro‐orbital injections/bleeding (under anesthesia)
  • Intracardiac injections and cardiocentesis

 

Rodent Surgical Procedures

  • Castration
  • Vasectomy
  • Ovariectomy
  • Splenectomy
  • Nephrectomy
  • Renal capsule implant
  • Subcutaneous osmotic mini‐pump implants
  • Mammary fat pad injections
  • Renal ischemia/reperfusions

 

Rodent Necropsy Procedures

  • Tissue harvest
  • Gross cadaver examination
  • Perfusion (formalin/formaldehyde)

 

Course duration is dependent on procedure(s) requested.

To schedule, submit a Veterinary Service Request in RAP AOPS with your availability and requested techniques

Training Upon Request

ACUP Orientation

Target Audience: All personnel working with vertebrate animals

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

All personnel must complete ACUP Orientation trainings prior to working with research animals on an approved IACUC protocol (see ACUP Training Policy). Each individual’s training requirements are specific to the animal species and their research responsibilities on the IACUC protocol, but typically include:

 

IACUC Orientation

  • Monday, May 3 from 10:00-11:30AM
  • Wednesday, May 19 from 2:00-3:30PM
  • Wednesday, June 9 from 10:00-11:30AM
  • Wednesday, June 23 from 2:00-3:30PM
  • Wednesday, July 7 from 10:00-11:30AM
  • Wednesday, July 21 from 2:00-3:30PM
  • Wednesday, August 4 from 10:00-11:30AM
  • Wednesday, August 18 from 2:00-3:30PM


LAMS Orientation

  • LAMS Facility Orientation OR Satellite/Field Orientation
  • Species Skills


ACUP Courses

  • Occupational Health and Safety Program for Animal Handlers
  • Working with the IACUC
  • Working with Species in Research Settings

 

To determine your training requirements and schedule all trainings, send an email to animaltraining@uc.edu containing your full name, M#, IACUC Protocol number(s), and preferred IACUC Orientation date.

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Contact

Mailing Address

Biosafety Office (ML 0767)
University of Cincinnati
University Hall, Suite 540 
Cincinnati, OH 45221

Street Address

University Hall, Suite 540 
51 Goodman Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45221

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General Inquiries

Phone: 513-558-6182

E-mail: inbiocom@ucmail.uc.edu