Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP) is an international ethical and scientific quality standard for the analysis of clinical trial samples which incorporates the legal requirements of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) into the laboratory. The ADREU GCLP laboratory applies this principle to ensure the validity and integrity of our research data maintains the highest standards for quality.
The ADREU GCLP laboratory was established within Applied Diagnostic and Evaluation Unit (ADREU) at St George’s University of London in 2015 with the aim of providing laboratory research and evaluation directed towards the development of diagnostics for infectious disease. The ADREU laboratories are well equipped for sample collection and analysis from clinical trials and for diagnostic evaluations to the standard of GCLP, and comprise the main research and diagnostic evaluation laboratories linked with a sample biobank. A core research team of five scientists, perform routinely diagnostic research and evaluation. Quality Assurance and appraisal of training and SOPs are externally contracted.