Information for new lab members

Please read the paragraphs below, making sure to click all the links that apply to your particular situation.

Moving to Madison? Click here for information on Madison’s neighborhoods, how to find housing and cheap home goods, how to get a discount UW bus pass, and how to get a free loaner bike.

Have you set up a profile page on our site yet? If you are (or will shortly be) a new lab member, click here for information on how to set up your personal profile page on the CSC website.

Wondering where to go on your first day at the lab? Click here for information on our lab’s location, where you can park, when you should arrive and where to enter the building.

Starting an appointment at UW and need a Wiscard photo ID? Your Wiscard is necessary to enter our facility, so you should get yours as soon as possible. To do so, you’ll need to make an in-person visit to the Wiscard office on main campus to be photographed and to have your Wiscard printed for you. Information on the Wiscard office’s location and hours can be found here, and information about what you’ll need to bring with you to the office can be found here.

Wondering how to get building access to our lab? Click here for information on how to get building access on your Wiscard.

Planning to undertake empirical research involving human subjects or human subject data? If so, click here to find out what training modules are necessary and how to get placed on one of our protocols.

Planning to undertake empirical research involving animal models? If so, click here to find out what trainings are necessary, how to gain access to our animal facilities and how to get placed on one of our protocols.