Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine
The Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine exists to provide high quality, cost-effective husbandry, administrative and technical support for animal care and use, to facilitate animal well-being for research and teaching at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.
The animal facility contains approximately 20,000 gross square feet of modern, well equippped space which includes a surgery suite, cagewash facility, diagnostic laboratory, necropsy room, quarantine area and infectious disease containment suite. The centralized laboratory animal care program is accredited by the Association for the Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care and it is directed by a veterinarian who is a diplomat in the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine. The DLAM facility Coordinator is certified as a Laboratory Animal Technician by the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science.
DLAM would like to assist you and your lab in performing the best quality research. We have several core pieces of equipment available for research use. The following list describes each piece of equipment/service. For additional information, please contact Dr. Teresa Liberati or Andrea Willis in Research Core Services, Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine main office at 545-LABS. View Services
Animal Handler Class
The Animal Handler Class is now offered through MyCourses to be completed at your convenience. Please click on the link below. After completing the course, you must attend a tour of the facility and complete the risk assessment form that is submitted to the Employee Health Nurse. Tours are given every Wednesday at 10:00 am. Please contact Daylene Craig at ResearchCores@siumed.edu or 545-LABS if you have questions or to register for a tour.