Laboratory Sciences  
The Laboratory Sciences Portfolio provides responsive, comprehensive laboratory science services worldwide as part of the occupational and environmental health assessment and medical surveillance process in support of Army readiness.



Staffed with experienced professionals familiar with the military's special needs,  Laboratory Sciences is uniquely able to respond  to emergencies and support projects with unusual requirements. In a typical year, Laboratory Sciences Portfolio chemists analyze nearly 30,000 samples and perform over 60,000 analytical procedures. 


AIPH-LS provides both in-house analysis as well as the ability to contract out samples through an approved network of commercial laboratories.
 
One stop for all laboratory needs:
  • Many accredited and certified methods
  • Quality assurance and quality control
  • Consultative assistance
  • Contract development and management
  • Flexibility that allows last minute changes
  • Follow up assistance with data interpretation
  • Experienced staff to analyze military specific compounds
  • Field support
  • Environmental sample containers provided upon request
  • Priority analysis is available upon request
  • Data archived for ease of future retrieval

Laboratory Sample Submission Forms
 

Contact Information

Name: AIPH Laboratory Sciences 
Email Address: usarmy.apg.medcom-phc.list.org-ls-ls@mail.mil 
Telephone: 410-436-2208 
DSN: 584-2208 
Mailing Address:
USAPHC
5158 Blackhawk Road
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010

Related subjects and resources

Programs

Client Services Division

Information on the services provided by USAPHC laboratory consultants and project planning considerations.

Laboratory Analytical Division - Inorganic (LAD-I)

Use of analytical services to support environmental and occupational health programs; and health risk assessment.

Laboratory Operations Division (LOD)

The Laboratory Operations Division provides quality, responsive and comprehensive business solutions.

Laboratory Analytical Division - Organic (LAD-O)

This section analyzes occupational and environmental health samples for trace levels of a wide variety of volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic compounds.