AAALAC International renews full accreditation to Sai Life Sciences for its laboratory animal care and use program

25 Apr 2020

As a validation of our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in animal care and compliance with industry and regulatory guidelines, the Sai Life Sciences discovery facility in Pune recently received a renewed accreditation for its laboratory animal care and use program from AAALAC (Association for the Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care) International.

As a validation of our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in animal care and compliance with industry and regulatory guidelines, the Sai Life Sciences discovery facility in Pune recently received a renewed accreditation for its laboratory animal care and use program from AAALAC (Association for the Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care) International.

The Council commended the Sai Life Sciences team for providing and maintaining an excellent program of laboratory animal care and use, specifically citing its well-planned, organized and clean facility, comprehensive documentation and organized record-keeping practices.

AAALAC International renews full accreditation to Sai Life Sciences for its laboratory animal care and use program

Sai Life Sciences was first awarded the AAALAC International accreditation in February 2011 and has been accredited ever since. The present renewal is for a further period of three years up to March 2023.

“We are delighted that AAALAC has granted us the extension of full accreditation. This endorsement is a validation of our abilities to accelerate the delivery of tomorrow's medicines for our clients.” said Dr. Sarma Bugga, Senior Vice President, Discovery Services at Sai Life Sciences.

AAALAC International is a private, non-profit organization that promotes the humane treatment of animals in science through voluntary accreditation and assessment programs. Over 1,000 companies, universities, hospitals, government agencies, and other research institutions in 49 countries have earned AAALAC accreditation, demonstrating their commitment to responsible animal care and use.

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