Division of Laboratory Medicine

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    Vice-Chair for Laboratory Medicine
    Director of Clinical Laboratories, Columbia University Medical Center Campus of New York Presbyterian Hospital

The Division of Laboratory Medicine offers comprehensive clinical laboratory services divided into several major sections: chemistry, hematology, immunology, microbiology, virology, molecular diagnostics, and the transfusion medicine clinical services (blood bank and apheresis unit).

Clinical Pathology Board Review - Laboratory Medicine, Pathology and Cell Biology

The NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center (NYPH/CUMC) Clinical Laboratory is one of the New York tristate area’s leading clinical reference laboratories. NYPH is dedicated to serving the ever-changing needs of health-care providers through a committed staff and a patient-focused organization. Our laboratories provide extensive clinical laboratory testing to physicians in private practice, research, and industry. NYPH makes every effort to ensure consistent quality, rapid turnaround time, high standards for personnel, the latest in instrumentation and technology, continuing education programs, and computerized data management.

At CUMC, the presence of multiple clinical and research centers—including an NCI-funded cancer center, the Columbia Genome Center, and the NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital—provide additional opportunities for clinical service and research collaborations.

Shaffer-Wilk-Miller Fellowship in Laboratory Medicine at Columbia University


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