Dr. Frank Doherty, President of AquaTox Research, is pleased to announce the posting of Client Distribution Maps for ARI. The maps reflect the growth of ARI over its 21-year history while preserving the confidentiality of its clients. The maps will be updated on an annual basis to reflect ARI's on-going growth.
"ARI is truly grateful to the support it has received from all of its past and current clients and looks forward to the opportunity to provide aquatic toxicity testing support services to a broader profile of clients in the coming years" said Dr. Doherty.
Dr. Frank Doherty, President of AquaTox Research, Inc., is pleased to announce that ARI has recently successfully expanded the scope of their accreditation under ISO 17025 to include their routine fish (primarily fathead minnows) and cladoceran (primarily Ceriodaphnia and Daphnia) effluent and chemical acute and chronic aquatic toxicity testing services. Prior to this expansion of their scope, their accreditation had been limited to Microtox testing services. Dr. Doherty notes that this represents a significant expansion of the documentation and independent verification of the quality control system that ARI has employed for many years. Even though the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation does not require the formal accreditation of biomonitoring labs, ARI is pursuing this avenue to validate the level of quality that the NYS DEC has accepted from ARI for 20 years and expand our chemical testing services market beyond New York State.
Current ACLASS scope and certificate of accreditation
Dr. Frank Doherty, President of AquaTox Research, Inc., has announced that ARI is now accredited uner ISO 17025 for its Microtox testing services. The accreditation is valid for a two year period through October 2012 when re-application will be required. Accreditation requires strtict adherence to quality policies and procedures in both administrative and technical areas supporting Microtox testing services. AquaTox Research now intends to market its Microtox testing services in China and other conutries in which Microtox is and approved regulatory aquatic monitoring test.
Ran Liu G’08, a student in the M.S. in information management
program, was named the D’Aniello Top Intern of the Semester
for fall 2008 by the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.
iSchool Graduate Student
Earns Top Intern of the Semester Award
Liu, one of eight students selected for the prestigious D’Aniello
Entrepreneurial Internship Program, interned at AquaTox Research
Inc., a Syracuse-based independent, for-profit divestiture of the
Aquatic Toxicology Center from its former parent company, Syracuse
Research Corporation. She worked directly with AquaTox’s chief
executive officer, Frank Dougherty, on developing a plan targeting
the China market.
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