Research Labs

  • We work on the inhibitory neurons of the cortex known as cortical interneurons (cINs). We study how cINs establish circuits in the cortex early on in embryonic and early childhood stages.

    Artboard - Au Lab of Department of Pathology and Cell Biology Columbia University
  • My research laboratory investigates the role of microtubule dynamics and tubulin post-translational modifications in neuronal physiology and at the onset of neurodegenerative and neuropathic disease.

    Bartolini Lab
  • The Canman Lab investigates temporal and spatial regulation of cytokinesis.

    The Canman Lab - Columbia University Pathology and Cell Biology
  • CALM is a center developed to serve as a bridge between researchers and the hospital clinical laboratory at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

    CALM staff in the laboratory CUIMC
  • We are interested in the mechanism that maintains genomic stability and metabolic homeostasis: how systemic signaling communicates with cell division process, how insulin initiates the insulin ...

  • The Digital and Computational Pathology Laboratory (DCPL) performs acquisition of high resolution images of tissue slides, brightfield or fluorescence.

    DCPL feature image
  • To be global leaders in transfusion medicine research and a go-to resource for cutting-edge advancements and knowledge in this field.

    Laboratory of Transfusion Biology - CUMC Department of Pathology and Cell Biology
  • We aim to uncover the cellular and neural circuits mechanisms involved in spinal motor control, and how neuronal dysfunction leads to deficits observed in neurodegenerative diseases.

  • The focus of our research is to understand the molecular mechanisms that drive immune and vascular changes in order to overcome the limitation of current anti-angiogenic therapy and immunotherapy.

    Feature Image - Kim Lab
  • Our laboratory uses human brain tissue specimens and human cell-derived model systems to study the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and identify viable therapeutic targets.

    Biels1_hipp - Teich Lab, CUIMC Pathology and Cell Biology
  • We study the development of proatherogenic metabolic abnormalities in insulin resistant individuals, and identify new therapeutic targets for improving these abnormalities.

    Haeusler Lab
  • We focus on mechanisms of organelle and cytoskeletal quality control in health, aging and disease.

  • The Vallee lab is interested in a variety of biological phenomena involving motor proteins, with a major emphasis on cytoplasmic dynein.

    The Vallee lab
  • Our laboratory studies how cells decide to proliferate in normal and cancer cells.

    Yang lab feature image