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    Dr. Joji Fujisaki receives ASH Junior Faculty Scholar Award

    The CCTI congratulates Dr. Joji Fujisaki on receiving an American Society of Hematology (ASH) Junior Faculty Scholar Award in basic research.

  • Research

    Publication by Farber laboratory members

    Early-life compartmentalization of human T cell differentiation and regulatory function in mucosal and lymphoid tissues

    Immune System Study Reveals How Infants Respond to Infections
    Findings May Have Implications for Strategies to Prevent Infections and Allergies in Newborns

  • Research

    American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology paper published

    Airway CD8+T-Cells are Associated with Lung Injury During Infant Viral Respiratory Tract Infection


    Infants and young children are disproportionately susceptible to severe complications from respiratory viruses, although the underlying mechanisms remain unknown. Recent studies show that...

  • Research | Research Resources | Investigators

    Berrie Frontiers Fellowship Awarded

    Jorge Postigo, PhD was awarded the 2015 Berrie Frontiers Fellowship.

  • Research | Investigators

    PLOS One paper published

    “MHC Class I Expression by Donor Hematopoietic Stem Cells Is Required to Prevent NK Cell Attack in Allogeneic, but Not Syngeneic Recipient Mice”

    NK cells resist engraftment of syngeneic and allogeneic bone marrow (BM) cells lacking major histocompatibility (MHC) class I molecules, suggesting a critical role for donor MHC class I molecules...

  • Profile | Community

    CCTI Scientist Featured in Humans of New York

    Humans of New York, the popular blog that uses images of New Yorkers to create a photographic census of the city, featured CCTI scientist Nichole Danzl recently to discuss her work on autoimmunity...

  • Research | Investigators

    Transplant Tolerance

    Using a new technique for identifying and tracking specific cells, the CCTI have pinpointed the immune system mechanism that allows a kidney transplant to be accepted without lifelong immunosuppressant drugs.

    Columbia researchers have pinpointed the immune system mechanism that allows a kidney transplant to be accepted without lifelong immunosuppressant drugs, a significant step toward reducing or...

  • Research | Investigators

    Tailored Clinical Care for Bone Marrow Transplant

    Bone marrow transplant patients at NewYorkPresbyterian/Columbia now have a unit of their own.

    The Irving Bone Marrow Transplant Unit is a state-of-the-art facility for comprehensive bone marrow transplant care.

  • Research | Investigators

    Going Local

    Mapping the immune system’s T-Cells in the human body shows location is everything.

    The human immune system—popularly conceived along the lines of a roaming national defense force, poised to combat pathogens—has its own variation on the mantra location, location, location.

  • Research | Investigators

    Welcoming two new Principal Investigators!

    Kazuhiko Yamada, MD, PhD and David H Sachs, MD will be joining CCTI

    The Columbia Center for Translational Immunology is honored to welcome two esteemed colleagues to the center, Dr. David H. Sachs, MD and Dr. Kazuhiko Yamada, MD, PhD who will be joining us this...

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