The Medical Genomic Laboratory is issuing a moratorium on CAL spot and nuerofibroma biopsy samples (associated with test codes NF14N/C) until January 13th, 2020. Please contact our main line at (205) 934-5562 for additional details.




The UAB Medical Genomics Laboratory (MGL) will close on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 24-25, 2019 in observance of the Christmas Holiday and will receive  FedEx deliveries on Monday, December 23rd as well as Thursday and Friday, December 26-27 2019. The last day to receive samples for RNA-based testing before the holiday will be Friday, December 20. Please call the lab at 205-934-5562 or page the lab at 205-934-4011, pager #4049 to receive appropriate instructions if you need assistance in coordinating delivery.

The UAB Medical Genomics Laboratory (MGL) will close on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 31st- January 1st, 2020 in observance of the New Year Holiday and will receive  FedEx deliveries on Monday, December 30th as well as Thursday and Friday, January 2-3, 2020. The last day to receive samples for RNA-based testing before the holiday will be Friday, December 27th. Please call the lab at 205-934-5562 or page the lab at 205-934-4011, pager #4049 to receive appropriate instructions if you need assistance in coordinating delivery.


Overview

The Medical Genomics Laboratory (MGL) is a CAP-certified nonprofit clinical laboratory at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, offering comprehensive testing for common and rare genetic disorders.  The MGL specializes in testing for all forms of the neurofibromatoses including NF1, Legius syndrome (SPRED1 disorder), segmental NF, NF-Noonan, spinal NF, Watson syndrome, NF2, and schwannomatosis as well as the RASopathies, and tuberous sclerosis complex. 

Contact

UAB Medical Genomics Laboratory
720 20th St. S., Suite 330
Birmingham, AL 35294
Phone: 205.934.5562
Fax: 205.996.2929
E-mail: medgenomics@uabmc.edu 

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