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Safety and routines when working in the lab

This page contains instructions for safety and routines when working in the lab at the Lovén Centre. Some of the links will only work when you are within the station network. If there are any documents you need to access before arriving at the station, contact the lab supervisors.

For routines when working in the lab at Kristineberg, read more here.

Working with vertebrates:

Special permits are required to work with vertebrates or cephalopods. They are granted by the Swedish Board of Agriculture (in Swedish). Experiments that are carried out at the Lovén Centre are processed in the Gothenburg Committee for Animal Ethics, and meetings are held about once a month but not in July. The application shall first be approved by the veterinarian and the person responsible for animal ethics at the station you want to conduct the experiment at. When the application is revised, the scientist shall send the application electronically to the committee.

Application for work shall be sent to the Lovén Centre at least one month before you plan to start your experiment. The administrative procedure is about four weeks.

Responsible for work with vertebrates and cephalopods Kristineberg and Tjärnö:
Bengt Lundve, phone 46 31 786 95 07

Lab supervisors

Kristineberg: Lars Ljungqvist
Phone: 46 31 786 95 06
Tjärnö: Anna-Karin Ring
Phone: 46 31 786 96 15

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Page Manager: Martin Larsvik|Last update: 9/20/2019
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