Emory Biomarker Service Center

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Emory Biomarker Service Center

About the Emory Biomarker Service Center

The Emory Biomarker Service Center (EBSC) is a high-throughput genomics laboratory focused on the translation of genetic and molecular tests for disease research. This includes molecular characterization, susceptibility genetic association studies, analysis, validation, and diagnostic development. The EBSC is non-profit and supports Woodruff Health Science Center (WHSC) investigators as well as local, national, and international invesigators. The EBSC is located in 3,600 sq ft. of laboratory space in Emory Clinic B and is a Clinical Laboratory Improvements Act (CLIA) certified laboratory (CLIA # 11D1086150).

The EBSC is the integration of the Center for Medical Genomics (CMG), Yerkes Microarray Core (YMC), and the Winship Cancer Institute Microarray Core (WCIMC) into one lab with complementary capabilities, goals, and services. By integrating into one service center we have leveraged knowledge and resources to provide genomic products for investigators at Emory University, Emory Healthcare, and the entire health care and research communities.