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ACM Global Central Laboratory

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The laboratory facilities of the ACM Global Central Lab locations are extensively equipped with state of the art technology to ensure that we deliver precise, accurate data in a time efficient manner. The laboratories are under the Medical Directorship of Dr. John D'Souza, MD, FCAP, who has over 35 years of experience focused on Laboratory Science. He and his team are adept at implementing new assays in a timely fashion to meet client requirements and are open to implementing technical transfers to enable analysis in a central lab setting.

The laboratories offer a full range of testing services in an extensive range of disciplines, including:

    Clinical chemistry
    Allergy testing
    Serology / Virology
    Flow Cytometry
    Anatomic Pathology *
    Cytopathology *
    Microbiology *

Our team of experts are available to discuss any testing requirements you may have and we encourage client visits to our facilities.

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ACM Global Central Laboratory
160 Elmgrove Park Rochester, NY 14624, USA

Tel: +1 866 405 0400

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