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If you are an undergraduate volunteer, do 2 + (maybe 3) + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9A + (maybe 10) + (maybe 12) + 13 + 14 + 16 + (maybe 17) + 18
If you are a volunteer, do 2 + (maybe 3) + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + (maybe 10) + (maybe 12) + 13 + 14 + 16 + 18 + 20
If you are a graduate (PIBBS or MS) student OR professional student (e.g. MD), do 2 + 5 + 6D + 7 + 8 + (maybe 10) + (maybe 12) + 14 + 16 + (maybe 17) + 18 + 19 + 20
If you are a research technician, do 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + (maybe 11) + 12 + 14 + (maybe 15) + 16 + 18 + 19 + 20
If you are a post-doctoral fellow, do 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + (maybe 11) + 12 + 14 + (maybe 15) + 16 + (maybe 17) + 18 + 19 + 20

  1. Fill out entrance paperwork in the Department Office (with Robert)
    1. Benefits
    2. Direct deposit
    3. Get ID and username
    4. TrojanTime
    5. WorkDay
  2. Talk to JJ about
    1. Working hours
    2. Group meeting
    3. Team meeting
    4. Suggested resources and papers to read
    5. Project and expectations
  3. Get parking permit
  4. Get ID card and access to building
  5. Get added to Jung lab mailing list
  6. Set up IT
    1. E-mail
    2. Voicemail
    3. Server access
    4. Printer
  7. Walk through laboratory and discuss SOPs (this will also help with General Laboratory Safety class homework)
    1. Liquid nitrogen tank
    2. Chemical safety hood
    3. Cold room
    4. Mouse facility
    5. Radiation area
  8. Get space assigned for
    1. Bay with computer
    2. -80 freezer in basement
    3. -20 freezer in hallway/common space
    4. Liquid nitrogen tank
    5. Personal under-the-counter fridge and freezer
    6. Tissue culture incubator and fridge near incubator
    7. Cold room
    8. Place to store food
  9. General Laboratory Safety (GLS) – sign up on the calendar and make sure to sign up for classes offered at HSC. All university employees, visiting scholars, volunteers, etc. that work in university laboratories are required to take the 2-day Laboratory Safety Course. To obtain full credit for the course: (a) Parts I and II must be attended in consecutive order and at the scheduled day and time, and (b) class and homework assignments must be completed.
    1. There is one specifically for undergrads
  10. Other formal trainings offered through Environmental Health and Safety
    1. Bloodborne Pathogens (most people need). Anyone working with (or has the potential to be exposed to) human or non-human primate blood, blood products, cell lines, bodily fluids, or other potentially infectious materials.
    2. Viral Vector and BSL2+ training (many need)
    3. Principles of Biosafety (many people can benefit from). Optional for researchers.
    4. Radiation Safety training (some people need; ask your PI). Anyone working with (or has the potential to be exposed to) radiation or radioactive materials.
    5. Shipping of Biological Materials and/or Dry Ice (some people need; ask your PI)
    6. X-ray Irradiator (some people need; ask your PI)
    7. Biosafety Level 3 training (some people need; ask your PI)
  11. eMarket training
  12. Sign up for formal animal care and do the online training after you get ID number. All Principal Investigators, staff, and students working in laboratory animal facilities and/or handling animals or animal tissues must complete initial training and yearly refresher training by the Department of Animal Resources
  13. Sign volunteer agreement 
  14. Sign up for iStar account after you get ID number. FYI, the flow will go something like this:
    1. Send in the Word Doc form
    2. Researcher does the online training through AALAS
    3. Researcher sends all of the certificates to DAR and then DAR schedules a ~3 hour lecture and in-person training
    4. Researcher gets added to animal protocol (Andrew will do this)
    5. Researcher gets card access (Andrew will do this)
  15. Sign up for human subjects research. All personnel engaged in human subjects’ research must complete the CITI online human subjects’ education course
  16. Get added to lab website after you get USC email address
  17. Sign up for Responsible Conduct of Research TrainingAll students (including undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars) supported by the National Science Foundation are required to complete an approved course in Responsible Conduct of Research. Students supported on certain NIH programs, including training grants, are also required to complete RCR training.
  18. Read these papers to become familiar with JJ’s lab:
    Construction and manipulation of a new Kaposi’s sarcoma-associated herpesvirus Bacterial artificial chromosome clone
    Biphasic Euchromatin-to-Heterochromatin Transition on the KSHV Genome Following De Novo Infection
    Crosstalk between the cGAS DNA Sensor and Beclin-1 Autophagy Protein Shapes Innate Antimicrobial Immune Responses
    TRIM25 RING-finger E3 ubiquitin ligase is essential for RIG-I-mediated antiviral activity
    Negative regulation of NF-κB activity by brain-specific TRIpartite Motif protein 9
  19. Discuss with Andrew how to get experiments approved (e.g. biosafety approval)
  20. Discuss with Daniel how to order things