The Metabolic Clinic provides lifelong follow-up and treatment for individuals diagnosed with inborn errors of metabolism through newborn screening.
The NBS Endocrine Follow-Up Program is located at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Division of Endocrinology which coordinates follow-up for babies who test positive for congenital hypothyroidism and congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH).
This public health program, required by Michigan Law, helps find babies with rare but serious medical conditions that require early treatment.
This Morbidity and Mortality Report from the CDC focuses on ensuring and improving the quality of genetic laboratory services and public health outcomes.
From the CDC these laboratory guidelines provide standards to ensure quality biochemical genetic testing and newborn screening. This site contains the laws, regulations, publications and history of these standards.
This manual from the Bureau of Laboratories at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services was designed to assist in the proper collection and submission of specimens for genetic testing and the interpretation of results.
The Informed Consent for Genetic Testing booklet was created to provide patient education about genetic testing so the most informed decision can be made about submitting a sample for testing.