Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses

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Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses
Laboratoire suisse d'analyse du dopage
Motto « Une compétence et une éthique scientifique au service de la communauté sportive »
Established 1 January 1990[1]
Field of research
Doping in sport
Director Prof. Martial Saugy
Address Chemin des Croisettes 22
Location Épalinges, Switzerland
Affiliations University Hospital of Lausanne
Website www.doping.chuv.ch

The Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses (French: Laboratoire suisse d'analyse du dopage, LAD) is the only anti-doping laboratory in Switzerland.

It is affiliated to the University Hospital of Lausanne and is located in Épalinges (urban area of Lausanne).

History[edit]

The Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses was founded in 1990 and accredited by the International Olympic Committee in 1991.[1]

It is also accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency.

Mission[edit]

The Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses is the testing laboratory for many international sport competitions such as the Tour de France (since 1997), the UEFA Euro 2008 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup.[1]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c History of the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses, www.doping.chuv.ch (page visited on 11 June 2014).

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