Bottom-gate IGZO TFTs with SiO2 gate dielectric and passivation layers were fabricated and tested under rigorous positive bias-stress (PBS) and negative bias-stress (NBS) conditions. The devices demonstrate good stability under PBS (t > 104 s), with minor distortion in the subthreshold region and a slight characteristic left-shift from an initial pre-stress state. This PBS-shift is attributed to a change in the energy distribution of defect states at the front-channel interface. During NBS the devices exhibited a significant left-shift (ΔV ~ 1-2 V), which is attributed to the transformation of neutral oxygen vacancies to ionized donor states at the back-channel interface. This transformation appears to improve the electrical homogeneity of the back-channel interface, inferred by a suppression of DIBL-like behavior. The NBS-shift was found to be reversible over long recovery times at room temperature. The recovery time was dramatically reduced when samples were subjected to cryogenic temperature (77 K), which represents an accelerated return to the pre-stress condition. TCAD simulation provides additional support to the interpretation of bias-induced stress on IGZO TFTs.