Celerion, a contract research organization (CRO) known to be a leader in early-stage safety-based studies, has roots in the Midwest that go back 80 years. Recently, the company reported its successful reaccreditation by the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Program (AAHRPP). The CRO touts that it’s the only CRO to receive the AAHRPP accreditation. If this is in fact the case, TrialSite suggests more CROs start considering human safety accreditation.
AAHRPP accreditation indicates that the organization that takes the time and effort to go through the accreditation process follows rigorous standards for ethics, quality and protections for human research. AAHRPP promotes high-quality research through an accreditation process that helps organizations worldwide strengthen their human research protection programs (HRPPs). As the “gold seal,” AAHRPP accreditation offers assurances, for example to research participants and sponsors, that an HRPP is focused first and foremost on excellence.
Now Celerion announces its reaccreditation, and, according to its recent press release, is the ...
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