IBC Registration

All work with biological materials must be registered with the Biological Safety Officer (BSO). 

Biological materials are registered through UNHCEMS. Please follow the instructions below.

Step 1: Log onto UNHCEMS: https://cems.unh.edu/unh/CEMS/dashboard

Step 2: Scroll down the dashboard to the IBC Protocols Registration Tab. Click to Open.

 

Step 3: Open New Record

 

Step 4: Enter Protocol information into Form. 

 

Step 5: To Save Form as Draft, click Submit 

NOTE: By hitting submit, you create a draft and can go back and edit the form at any time before completing the submission.  You must change from draft to pending approval for submission to the Biosafety Officer.

Step 6: Printing a copy of your Protocol

 

Step 7: Complete Registration and Submit

 

Step 8: 

  1.  
  2. Log on to UNHCEMS (https://cems.unh.edu/unh/CEMS/Dashboard)
  3. Scroll to IBC Protocol Registration                
  4. Click New Record
  5. Start by entering Principal Investigator name and relevant information from the drop down
  6. To save your form as a draft, type your name and hit the submit button

    NOTE: By hitting submit, you create a draft and can go back and edit the form at any time before completing the submission.  You must change from draft to pending approval for submission to the Biosafety Officer

  7. If you would like to print your form at any time, go to the top right side of the form and click the printer icon

  8. To complete submission, change from draft to pending approval and hit submit.
  • Approvals are granted for specific conditions identified in original application.
  • If changes are needed, the following actions are required: 
Proposed Change

Required Action

PI (Research and Commercial Labs)

New application must be filed with IBC

Instructor (Teaching Labs Only)

None

Biological Material

New application must be filed with IBC

Technique/Procedure

New application must be filed with IBC

Room/Location

Notification to BSO and new risk assessment

Personnel

Notification to BSO and new risk assessment

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Contact Information

Dana Buckley, Biological Safety Officer
Phone: (603) 862-0197
Email: dana.buckley@unh.edu