AOAC is a globally recognized, a non-profit association and developing organization established in 1884. AOAC work with a purpose to promote methods validation and quality measurements in the analytical sciences. It represents as a forum in analytical needs within a community or industry for finding the appropriate science based solutions through the development of microbiological and chemical grades. Ronald L. Johnson from USA serves as a President of the association. AOAC standards are used globally to promote trade and to facilitate public health and safety. AOAC’s primary activity is the development of globally accepted standards. AOAC's standards development process depends on partner boards to develop agreement based technique performance necessities and volunteer expert review panel to develop potential strategies – all in light of the group's particular strategy needs.
AOAC’s independent third party status, vast experience, and leadership all contribute towards its credibility, defensibility, and acceptability of standards and methods developed through our processes. AOAC primary work is the development of globally accepted standards. AOAC offers services and organized programs like Official method and performance Tested Methods Programs, Standard Development and conformity assessment. It has more than 3000 members worldwide at individual and corporate level. AOAC represents four continents and 90 countries by its Regional sections and Analytical Communities. It Organizes Annual meeting and Mid-Year meeting. AOAC also publish a renowned peer-reviewed scientific journal named AOAC INTERNATIONAL as well as Official Methods of Analysis of AOAC INTERNATIONAL. AOAC Research Institute was incorporated in 1991, a subsidiary of AOAC International. The Research Institute is an independent; third party non-government administrator of AOAC RI serves as an independent, third-party, nongovernment administrator nongovernment head of AOAC congruity evaluation programs including the AOAC Performance Tested Methods SM (PTM) and Official Methods of Analysis SM (OMA) programs for option and sole source strategies.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from Association of Official Analytical Chemists who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences