Controlled Substances (CSs) are drugs whose manufacture, possession and use are regulated by the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Determine if the material you wish to use is a controlled substance by searching the DEA Alphabetical Listing. Researchers and other employees who require the use of a controlled substance in research must apply for authorization through EHS and be approved by DEA before work with the material can begin.
- Hallie Hoskins, Laboratory Safety Manager, Biosafety Officer (P) 541-346-3476
Researchers at UO who intend to use DEA Controlled Substances in their work must first apply for a license. DEA issues licenses directly to the Registrant (researcher); UO no longer has an institutional license. Please contact Hallie Hoskins to begin the process of approval for work with CSs.
The Controlled Substance Program Manual offers guidance for complying with DEA requirements.
The disposition log tracks the receipt and usage of each Controlled Substance under the Registrant's license. Additional pages can be printed here.
The Dilution Log be used to track the creation and usage of mixtures or dilutions of Controlled Substances.
The transfer form documents moving controlled substances from one UO DEA Registrant to another UO DEA Registrant.
The inventory form documents an inventory reconciliation of all controlled substances in the Registrant's ownership. It must be completed initially and at least every two years.
If a Registrant wishes to grant a lab member access to the CS storage area as an Authorized User, please submit the Screening form to Hallie Hoskins.