The Iberian Cytometry Society was established in 1992, with the following aims:
The Citometry service has not stopped growing, since its foundation in 1989, both in number of trials and in other activities: development of its own research projects and collaboration with other departments of the USAL and other universities, signing of agreements with companies, participation in international groups of standardization of cytometric techniques, having consolidated as a national and international reference in flow cytometry. The Citometry service has always opted for the quality and improvement of the services offered. As a result of our commitment to quality and continuous improvement, in August 2007 we obtained the ISO 9001 certification granted by Bureau Veritas Certification and the UNE en ISO / IEC 15189 2003 standard for accreditation of clinical laboratories in 2018.
Our functions are:
In 1218 King Alfonso IX of León founded the University of Salamanca, which is considered the oldest of the existing Hispanic universities. In 1254 King Alfonso X establishes the norms of organization and financial endowments and in 1255 Alexander IV publishes papal bulls that recognize the universal validity of the degrees granted by him and he is granted the privilege of having his own seal.
The University of Salamanca will go through a time of unprecedented expansion with the creation of the first American universities, which from 1551 begin to be founded following the wake of the Salamanca by using their founding letters as a model. More than 70% of the universities created in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries now consider the University of Salamanca their ‘alma mater’. At this time, the prestige of Salamanca attracts a confluence of students from all over the peninsula, and even Europeans and Americans.