Comparative Medicine Core facility
Comparative Medicine Core Facility (CoMed) provides assistance in medical research involving laboratory animals at NTNU, St. Olav's Hospital and other research institutions.
Comparative Medicine Core facility is approved for the housing of mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, pigs, sheep and goats. We have a transgenic breeding unit, a specific pathogene free (SPF) unit, a I3 laboratory and a quarantene unit. Several operation rooms, labs and equipment are available for both small and large animals.
Phone: +47 72 57 16 90
Urgent situations after working hours: +47 92 84 15 85
* CoMed will contribute with core own efforts for some internal projects. Contact the facility for more information.
Invoice information in FOTS
To ensure correct and efficient invoice handling, follow these procedures when filling in your FOTS application:
Experimental Design Assistant
We encourage all researchers to take a look at the new (free) web based resource from NC3Rs. This resource is made to support researchers in the planning of animal experiments, ensuring robust study design and reliable and reproducible findings:
Competence of personell
According to the new regulation on animal experimentation, all personnel working with laboratory animals must keep their skills and knowledge up to date with continuous practical training and education. More specific information about the requirements is found here:
Please make sure to update the information under “Personal details” in FOTS after attending different CPD activities. The animal facility will arrange in house seminars and practical training sessions on a regular basis. Information about upcoming events will be posted at our website.
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