Research


Tuskegee University recognizes the importance of external support of research and sponsored programs and the impact these vital programs have on the development of our students and the enormous contributions to society in general.

Biosafety Committee

Tuskegee University Biosafety Committee is charged the responsibility of ensuring that all activities within Tuskegee University involving potentially biohazardous materials are conducted in a safe manner and in confomity with federal mandated standards.  Biohazardous material includes infectious biological agents, toxins (carcinogens, mutagens, and tetrogens, and other hazardous chemicals), animal or human tissue or fluids, radioactive materials, and recombinant DNA.  Infectious biological agents are viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites and other organisms/genetic systems that, by virtue of their replication properties, are potentially harmful to humans and/ or other living systems.

 Dr. Cheryl Davis, Chair
Dr. Cheryl Davis, Chair


 Member College/Department      Telephone 
 Dr. Cheryl Davis, Chair  CVMNAH       334-724-4178
 Dr. Clayton Yates CAENS  334-727-8949
 Dr. Marceline Egnin CAENS   334-724-4404
 Dr. Qinghua He CEPS  334-724-4318
 Dr. S. H. Settler Non-Affiliated   334-727-8866
 Dr. Reuben Warren Bioethics  334-
 Mr. Anwar Diop Safety Officer   334-727-8424
 Dr. Timothy Turner RCMI  334-727-8787


Felecia Moss Grant  (Ex-Officio Member)

*The Biosafety Committee meets every last Thursday of the month.

Submit one (1) copy of the application packet to Chappie James Center, Room 103, Felecia Grant, and one (1) electronic copy to fmgrant@mytu.tuskegee.edu.

The package should include:

  • Biosafety Application
  • Laboratory Inspection Approval Letter
  • Laboratory Safety Training Certificate

 

 

Policy Manual 
Laboratory Safety (Template)  
Laboratory Safety Policy
Biosafety Policies and Procedures (PowerPoint Presentation)