The Office of Research Integrity and Compliance Committee (FTM-ORIC) fosters integrity in research through training, education, and consultation.
Compliance with the training policy is required for all researchers. All investigators should complete the relevant training prior to conducting the research; human research protection and good clinical practice (GCP) if involving human subject research; or training on animal care and use organized by the National Animal Care and Use Committee of the National Research Council of Thailand, which is a requirement under the Animals for Scientific Purposes Act, B.E. 2558 (Thai version, for more information please visit www.labanimals.net) if animal research is involved. For laboratory work with microorganisms or biohazardous materials of risk group 2 (RG2) and above (Pathogen and Toxin Act B.E. 2558; Thai version, For more information, please visit http://www.labanimals.net), Investigators are required to complete training on biosafety.
For more information, please visit www.labanimals.net