Yale Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology (YCCEH)

The purpose of the Yale Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology is to enhance research in blood diseases by facilitating synergy between many different scientists both within Yale and at multiple academic institutions across the country. 

The Center helps these scientists by providing access to and training in state-of-the-art technologies via 3 Technology Cores, Pilot and Feasibility Funding, and an Enrichment Program. Our unique focus is the application of emerging technologies to better understand blood diseases. The center plays a key role in the integrated program of blood disease research supported by other Cooperative Hematology Specialized Core Centers by providing opportunities to increase interactions and collaborations.

Cores

Cell Preparation and Analysis Core

The Cell Preparation and Analysis Core provides essential and emerging technologies in hematology and relevant training for junior investigators, thus considerably increasing research...

Imaging Core

Hematopoiesis is a complex and dynamic process amenable to investigation using various imaging techniques. Yale is the home of many state-of-the-art imaging equipment and facilities...

Animal Modeling Core

The Animal Modeling Core provides access to state of the art technologies for in vivo Hematology research. Specifically, this core provides access to immunodeficient mouse models for...

The YCCEH Pilot and Feasibility Programs for 2016 are now closed. New call for applications for 2017 is anticipated late summer 2017.