Services Overview

ILS provides a broad array of research and testing services. Our diverse capabilities combined with our project management structure provide flexibility through the various phases of your study. ILS can provide a full solution for you, including study design, study conduct, sample analysis and data interpretation. Or, we can provide any single component within the study framework. We fully customize our approach to ensure that your specific questions are addressed.


ILS has an AAALAC (Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care) accredited animal facility with support laboratories to provide toxicology, histology, pathology, genetic toxicology and molecular biology/toxicogenomics services.

Quality Assurance Program

ILS is committed to providing the highest quality data to our clients. Quality Control (QC) and quality assurance (QA) are implemented at each level of data generation and supervisory review. The technical staff members are directly responsible for the quality of their product. QC is implemented through self, supervisory, and peer review systems. Quality is further assured through a Quality Assurance Unit (QAU) which is organizationally independent of the project staff and reports directly to ILS corporate management. As requested, ILS will conduct studies and maintain all laboratory records in accordance with the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) Good Laboratory Practice regulations.

Health & Safety Program

It is the policy of ILS to provide a safe work environment for its employees by implementing a comprehensive Health and Safety (H&S) Program with dedicated staff. The H&S Program complies with Federal, State, and local laws and accepted standard practices. Emphasis is placed on compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act of North Carolina and Occupational Safety and Health Standards, Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910. ILS is also certified by the Office of Laboratory and Animal Welfare No. A3490-01 and has adequate facilities and equipment to provide technical and scientific support within the current H&S Program.

All work performed at ILS conforms to applicable Federal and State statutes relating to occupational H&S, transportation and handling of test chemicals, and environmental protection. The H&S guidelines detailed in the National Toxicology Program H&S Minimum Requirements for Contractors are followed. For example, controlled substances are handled in accordance with applicable regulations.