Columbia Center for Translational Immunology

How Columbia Women are Changing Medicine

Transplant Immunology, Autoimmune Disease: Megan Sykes, MD

Some Blood Cells Have a Surprising Source: Your Gut

The human intestine may provide up to 10 percent of blood cells in circulation from its own reservoir of blood-forming stem cells

New York Times Recognizes Promise of Xenotransplantation

Value of David Sachs' Inbred Miniature Swine Highlighted

Dr. Megan Sykes' iBiology Talk

The Immune Response to Allo-and Xenotransplantation

The Columbia Center for Translational Immunology (CCTI) at Columbia University Medical Center

is a multi-departmental, multidisciplinary research center aimed at optimizing translation of advances in basic immunology from the laboratory to the clinic, understanding immunological diseases and events in humans and optimizing transfer of information and methodologies to achieve synergy between different disciplines of applied immunology.

Learn More About CCTI


Core facilities within the CCTI include flow cytometry, a clinical studies core, and a transplantation tissue bank.

How You Can Help

With your support and that of other generous donors, CCTI will have the tools, personnel and resources to fight immunological diseases and conditions.