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Survival

SURVIVAL SURGERY FACILITIES

Location: Traylor Research Building, ground floor, G 23

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Phone #: 502-5344 Contact Person: Sandy Sauer

Facility Director: Robert J. Adams, DVM or P. Rand Brown, DVM (955-3273)  Division of Comparative Medicine

Facility Function: This surgical facility is designed to provide appropriate space for the performance of survival surgical procedures in nonrodent species. It is used by the Division of Comparative Medicine for research and clinical surgical procedures and is available to investigators from other parts of the institution.

Access Requirements: Room use must be scheduled in advance. Usually rooms are scheduled for AM or PM procedures. One room is available at no charge provided no technical help or anesthesia support is requested and room is cleaned after use. Clean-up fee charged if room not properly cleaned. Card-key access to ground floor animal facility necessary to enter surgical facility.

All procedures must be reviewed and approved in advance by the institutional animal care and use committee. Post-surgical care is the responsibility of the professional performing the surgery or their staff. Surgical and post-surgical records are maintained by the investigator.


Location: Ross Research Building, Rooms S-450 A-G

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Telephone: 502-5063 Contact Person: Sandy Sauer

Facility Director: Robert J. Adams DVM or P. Rand Brown, DVM (955-3273) Division of Comparative Medicine

Facility Function: This surgical facility is designed to provide appropriate space for the performance of survival surgical procedures in nonrodent species. It is available to investigators in the Traylor and Ross Research Buildings, and from other parts of the institution.

Access Requirements: Room use must be scheduled in advance. Usually rooms are scheduled for AM or PM procedures. One room is available at no charge provided no technical help or anesthesia support is requested and room is cleaned after use. Clean-up fee charged if room not properly cleaned. Card-key access necessary to enter surgical facility. Anesthesia and technical support available on a fee-for-services basis.

All procedures must be reviewed and approved in advance by the institutional animal care and use committee. Post-surgical care is the responsibility of the professional performing the surgery or their staff. Surgical and post-surgical records are maintained by the investigator.

Location: Asthma and Allergy Center, Rooms LA.6, 8, 10, 17, 21, 23

Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Phone #: 502-5344 Contact Person: Sandy Sauer

Facility Director: Robert J. Adams, DVM or P. Rand Brown, DVM (955-3273) Division of Comparative Medicine

Facility Function: This surgical facility is designed to provide appropriate space for the performance of survival surgical procedures in nonrodent species. It is available to investigators from the Asthma and Allergy Center and from other areas of the institution.

Access Requirements: Room use must be scheduled in advance. Usually rooms are scheduled for AM or PM procedures. One room is available at no charge provided no technical help or anesthesia support is requested and room is cleaned after use. Clean-up fee charged if room not properly cleaned. Card-key access necessary to enter surgical facility. Limited anesthesia and technical support available on a fee-for-services basis.

All procedures must be reviewed and approved in advance by the institutional animal care and use committee. Post-surgical care is the responsibility of the professional performing the surgery or their staff. Surgical and post-surgical records are maintained by the investigator.

Location: Blalock Building, 12th floor-JHU-Minimally Invasive Surgical Training Center

Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone #: 443-287-2333 Contact Person: Sue Eller

Facility Director: P. Rand Brown, DVM, Department of Surgery

Facility Function: This surgical facility is designed for training advanced surgical and minimally invasive surgeries.  The MISTC provides appropriate space for the performance of survival surgical procedures in large animal species. It is used primarily by the Department of Surgery.

Access Requirements: Room use must be scheduled in advance. All procedures must be reviewed and approved in advance by both the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee and the Directors of the MISTC. Clean-up and post-surgical care are the responsibility of the professional performing the surgery or their staff. Surgical and post-surgical records are maintained by the investigator.

Location: Woods Research Building, Room 1B63

Hours: by arrangement

Phone #: Mr. Sam D'Anna 955-3792, Mrs. Irene Skop 955-3524

Facility Director: Mr. Sam D'Anna, Department of Ophthalmology

Facility Function: This surgical facility is designed to provide appropriate space for the performance of survival surgical procedures in nonrodent species. It is used primarily by investigators in the Department of Ophthalmology but may be used by investigators from other Departments in the institution.

Access Requirements: Room use must be scheduled in advance. Card key access required to enter animal holding facility. Key necessary to enter surgical facility. All procedures must be reviewed and approved in advance by the institutional animal care and use committee. Post-surgical care is the responsibility of the professional performing the surgery or their staff. Surgical and post-surgical records are maintained by the investigator.

There are a number of survival surgical facilities that belong to individual Divisions or Departments. While these areas are not available for general use, they may be available for collaborative studies.

Location: Traylor Research Building Rooms 314, 316, and 316A.


Facility Director: James H. Anderson PhD (955-3536)
Department of Radiology

Facility Function: This surgical facility belongs to the Radiology Research Laboratory. It is used for various procedures which are performed in conjunction with the imaging studies performed in this laboratory.


Location: Ross Research Building, 3rd Floor North


Facility Director: Lewis C. Becker MD (955-5997), Department of Medicine

Facility Function: This surgical facility belongs to the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine (Cardiology).


Location: Ross Research Building, 3rd Floor North


Facility Director: Joshua S. Tsitlik PhD (955-3098), Department of Medicine


Facility Function: This surgical facility belongs to the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine (Cardiology).


Location: Traylor Research Building, 8th Floor

Facility Director: Richard J. Traystman PhD (955-8157), Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Facility Function: This surgical facility belongs to the Department of Anesthesiology. This facility can provide in vivo work with animals from mice to monkeys, with full physiological monitoring.

 

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