PERMITS

Basic sampling requirements

Capture & collection

All animal captures and sample collection permits must be in place before conducting the field work.

Export

Export permits issued by competent authorities must be in place before arranging the shipment of the samples.

Import

The EHI management team will ensure all import permits are in place before receiving the samples. 

Animal capture and sample collection permits

Animal capture and sample collection permits are required before any sampling campaign begins.

Each country or region has its own regulation regarding capture and handling of wild animals and collection of biological samples. It is responsability of each collaborator to ensure all paperwork is in place before starting the sampling campaign. Relevant information and/or documents should be forwarded to the EHI Management Team, as these might be requested by journals and funding agencies.

Sample export permits

All international sample transfers need to adhere to national and international regulations. These are often defined by the Nagoya Protocol.

Countries that signed and implemented the Nagoya Protocol will require especial export permits to be in place before transferring samples from the countries of origin to Denmark for their processing. t is responsability of each collaborator to ensure all paperwork is in place before starting the sampling campaign. Relevant information and/or documents should be forwarded to the EHI Management Team, as these might be requested by journals and funding agencies.

Learn more about the Nagoya Protocol

Sample import permits

The EHI Management Team will make sure all import permits are in place before samples are shipped to Denmark

Collaborators do not need to worry about import permits, as these will be handled by the EHI Management Team. If required by authorities or courier agencies, collaborators can request information about import permits to the EHI Management Team.

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Address

Center for Evolutionary Hologenomics, GLOBE Institute
University of Copenhagen
Ă˜ster Farimagsgade 5, 7
1353 Copenhagen K, Denmark

Contact

Coordinator: Antton Alberdi, PhD
Email: ehi@sund.ku.dk