Oncogenomics Shared Resource Facility (OG SRF)
Director: Siva Theru Arumugam, PhD, FACMG
In the Oncogenomics Shared Resource Facility, our laboratory's overall mission is to accelerate the clinical genomics, precision medicine and genomic research interests at the Markey Cancer Center by providing cutting-edge genomic technology services.
Functioning as one component of the larger UK HealthCare Genomics Core, the OG SRF provides state-of-the-art technologies specifically adapted to needs of MCC investigators to facilitate genomics into the translational pathway from basic research to clinical and population-based
studies. The OG SRF will play a critical role in Markey’s directions for research and delivery of precision medicine.
The Genomics Core Laboratory, a College of American Pathologists-accredited facility, was established in 2015 as part of UK HealthCare, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Markey Cancer Center’s Genomics initiative. Our facility occupies about 4,500 square feet within the UK HealthCare Clinical Laboratories.
You can browse our pages here to learn about our team, find our location and other vital information. For more, visit the
Genomics Core Laboratory webpage.
Investigators are required to acknowledge the Markey Cancer Center Oncogenomics Shared Resource Facility (MCC BB SRF) in any publications that result from the use of the MCC OG SRF. For your convenience, you are welcome to use the following statement: The research was supported by the Oncogenomics Shared Resource Facility of the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center (P30CA177558).