ISO 20387 Accreditation Helps Cornell Veterinary Biobank Win NIA Grant

ISO 20387 Accreditation Helps Cornell Veterinary Biobank Win NIA Grant

The A2LA-accredited Cornell Veterinary Biobank was recently awarded a $2.5 million grant by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) to study aging in dogs, an effort that will also inform the study of aging in humans. According to an article from Cornell, their biobank was selected for the Dog Aging Project grant due in part to their ISO 20387 accreditation, granted in 2019 by A2LA. Cornell remains the only veterinary biobank in the world accredited to this relatively new standard.

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A2LA Accredits Cornell Veterinary Biobank to New ISO 20387 International Standard

A2LA Accredits Cornell Veterinary Biobank to New ISO 20387 International Standard

A2LA is proud to announce the issuance of its first accreditation, and the first such accreditation in the world, to the newly published standard ISO 20387:2018 – Biobanking – General requirements for biobanking.

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A2LA Launches ISO 20387 Biobank Accreditation Program

A2LA Launches ISO 20387 Biobank Accreditation Program

A2LA is proud to announce the launch of its new Biobank Accreditation Program.

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