Information for New NIML Student Researchers
This page provides information for new NIML student researchers concerning training, safety and forms.
All student researchers in the NIML must complete the following safety training courses and forms:
- Complete the lab safety agreement, Return signed agreement to Judy Vandegrift, email@example.com (cc Dr. Martin)
- Email Judy Vadegrift, firstname.lastname@example.org (cc Dr. Martin) and ask to enroll in the "fire safety" and "basic lab safety" course
- Email Dr. Martin to let him know when you have completed the safety courses
If working with biological tissues complete the following steps
- Enroll and complete the blood born pathogen training online (email Judy to get enrolled)
- Contact EHS (208)885-6524 to get Hepatitis A and B vaccine, or officially decline. Alternatively, provide records of previous immunization.
- Read lab biosafety manual, review with Dr. Martin and sign last page
Undergraduate research forms
Depending on your position, you must complete some of the forms below (see instructions and send to Dr. Martin when complete).
- BE 499 directed study form: Complete this form if you are taking a research "TECH ELECTIVE BE 499"
- Volunteer position description form: Complete this form if you are an UNPAID volunteer (including senior design people)
- Criminal background check form: Complete this form if you are being hired for a PAID position in the lab
- Employment form complete this form if you are being hired to work in the lab as IH.
If you will be working on a project involving human subject data (e.g. MRI) please complete the CITI training in the steps below:
- Go to CITI training program for human subjects research.
- Affiliate with University of Idaho
- Complete "Stage 1 Basic Course"
- Complete "Responsible Conduct of Research"
- Complete "Conflicts of Interest"
- Complete "Initial Biosafety Training"
- Email your certification of completion forms (all of them) to Dr. Martin
Conflict of interest (COI)
Check with Dr. Martin to determine if you need a COI form for your project.
NIML Administrator Group Rights
All new NIML student researchers should be added to the NIML Computer User Group. To do this:
- Send an email to Dr. Martin with your NETID and request for access.
- Owner/sponsor --> Manage Groups