The Cannabis Analytical Science Program (CASP) is seeking new members to support the CASP program of work.
By joining CASP, you ensure the cannabis community has the analytical tools needed to support effective compliance-driven quality control of products to enhance public health. Support options include:
All supporters will be listed as Pioneer, Partner, Affiliate, or Government in AOAC communications and outreach, have access to a standing group of technical experts, and will have the opportunity to participate in the advisory panel at varying levels. CASP Pioneers may use the AOAC CASP Logo on related communications, underscoring your leadership in the AOAC CASP program.
If you are interested in partnering with AOAC, please contact Alicia Meiklejohn at [email protected].
AOAC INTERNATIONAL cannot accept funding from any organization involved in the cultivation, manufacture, distribution, or possession of cannabis as long as it is illegal in the US.