The Immunopathology Laboratory in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine provides multiple services within the hospital and to our colleagues outside the hospital to characterize leukemias and lymphomas. The laboratory employs the latest technologies, which often enable test results to be produced in hours rather than days. These services can be useful for refining therapy and advancing precision medicine.
Clinical services include:
The laboratory also supports research by generating immunopathology tools that allow other investigators to move their projects forward, especially genomic studies. These tools include state-of-the-art biobanking and molecular profiling. The team is working on a model to implant tumors in mice to predict what will happen in patients — information which can be used to direct clinical trials. Weill Cornell immunopathologists also educate pathology residents and fellows participating in our ACGME-approved Hematopathology Fellowship program.