Godley-Snell Research Center

Overview of Services

The Godley-Snell Research Center (GSRC) is the core research and teaching vivarium on the Clemson University campus. The GSRC is managed by the Office of Animal Resources (OAR), which provides advanced technology, equipment, and highly skilled professional and technical staff that meet or exceed the standards of research compliance and accreditation.


The OAR strives to promote excellence in all research and teaching programs at Clemson University while promoting the highest standard in ethical and responsible use of research subjects. The OAR provides high quality veterinary care, professional support, technical support, education and training, and technologically advanced facilities and equipment for research and teaching activities.  OAR’s goals are to enhance the Clemson research programs by providing:

  • comprehensive support of internally and externally funded research and teaching programs
  • excellent facilities and a wide variety of high quality professional and technical services
  • education and training in research techniques for investigative staff, students, and various health professionals
  • management and supervision of the veterinary care and use of all animals maintained by Clemson University in accordance with applicable regulations and accreditation standards.

Leadership

John H. Parrish | University & Attending Veterinarian
parris4@clemson.edu
864-723-0992

Heather Holliday | Program Manager
hmarti2@clemson.edu
(o) 864-656-0908

Emily Waggoner, DVM | Food Animal Veterinarian
waggone@clemson.edu
864-356-6858

Hours of operation

Hours  

Monday - Friday:  8am - 12:00 pm; 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Contact the GSRC staff to obtain approval for activities conducted outside of normal business hours.

 

Links and Resources

  1. Office of Animal Resources