Sites currently accepting blood/urine samples from newly-diagnosed patients with acute Lyme disease or later stages of Lyme disease:



Carbon Health Berkeley (acute)
2920 Telegraph Ave.
Berkeley, CA
PI: Caesar Dhavaherian, MD
Make an appointment with Carbon Health Berkeley here

Carbon Health Cupertino (acute)
19600 Vallco Pkwy Ste 170
Cupertino, CA
PI: Caesar Dhavaherian, MD
Make an appointment with Carbon Health Cupertino here

Carbon Health Mountain View (acute)
1150 West El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA
PI: Caesar Dhavaherian, MD
Make an appointment with Carbon Health Mountain View here 

Gordon Medical Associates (later stages)
Montecito Plaza
361 Third Street, Suite J
San Rafael, CA 94901
PI: Eric Gordon, MD
Make an appointment with Gordon Medical here 

Osteopathic Medical Associates of San Diego (later stages)
3706 Ruffin Road, Suite 129
San Diego, CA
PI: Michael Kurisu, DO
Make an appointment at OMADS here

New York

East Hampton Family Medicine (acute)
200 Pantigo Place, Suite I
East Hampton, NY
PI: George Dempsey, MD
Make an appointment by calling 631.324.9200


Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (acute)
Locations: Eau Claire, Lake Hallie, Marshfield, Minocqua, Wausau, Weston
PI: Anna Schotthoefer, PhD
Make an appointment by calling 715. 389.5738

Sites accepting samples only from their current patients:

Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, MA
PI: Eric Rosenberg, MD

Sites previously accepting samples:

Vineyard Center for Clinical Research 
Martha’s Vineyard, MA
PI: Lena Prisco, PhD

Seeking New Sites

Lyme Disease Biobank is recruiting new collection sites, specifically clinics and medical centers staffed to perform clinical research. Onsite and distance training are provided, as well as compensation for both the clinical site and enrolled patient participants. For more information, please contact Liz Horn, PhD, MBI, Principal Investigator, at


We would like to recognize and thank the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation, the LaureL STEM Fund, and the 2018 Fund-a-Need supporters who have contributed significantly to our Lyme Disease Biobank.