RARC laboratory animal veterinarians oversee the health and well-being of UW-Madison research animals.
Principal investigators and laboratory staff can obtain medical materials for research and an inventory system for identifying and disposing of expired materials in in accordance with legal regulations through the RARC pharmacy.
The Mouse Breeding Core moved to BRMS within the School of Medicine and Public Health. Please contact Jody Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 890-0669 for more information.
Provided by the RARC Transgenic Mouse Breeding Core. RARC staff can be added to animal protocols to assist with mouse studies. Types of services ranges from feeding special diets and blood collection to surgical procedures and tissue collection.
The RARC Rodent Quarantine Program provides services to researchers who have rodent lines coming to UW-Madison from non-approved vendors.
In some instances RARC Veterinary Services (RARC VS) may be able to supply extended release buprenorphine for your rodent models.
RARC lends surgery and monitoring equipment at no cost (except for consumables).
Gas (ethylene oxide) sterilization can be used for heat, pressure and/or sensitive items that cannot be autoclaved.