Welcome to the Pillai Lab
Welcome to the Pillai Laboratory at the Section of Hematology, Yale Cancer Center and Dept of Medicine, Yale School of Medicine.
Our group is interested in how Hematopoiesis (production of blood) is regulated at a molecular and biochemical level in normal and disease states. Hematopoiesis in the adult vertebrate is enormously complex and occurs within the specialized locations in the trabecular bone (variously called the hematopoietic niche or marrow microenvironment). Almost one trillion blood cells are formed each day in a normal human; each of these cells arise from a hematopoietic stem or progenitor cell (HSPC) after undergoing well regulated proliferation and differentiation. Cells in the microenvironment provide these regulatory signals. Our group is interested in implementing genome-wide biochemistry to better understand how blood cells progress from the HSPC to mature blood cells. These approaches are also being used to define hematopoietic dysregulation in diseases such as leukemia.
Pillai Lab Events
Everyone (Public)5:30 PM7:00 PMGregory Zanieski, MD Everyone (Public)8:00 AM8:00 PM Everyone (Public)11:00 AM12:00 PM Yale Only12:00 PM1:00 PM School Only10:15 AM11:15 AM Yale Only12:00 PM1:00 PM Everyone (Public)4:00 PM6:00 PMDmitry Kozhevnikov, DO - Melissa Weimer, DO, MCR, FASAM
Monthly Palliative Care Conf; "Patient Patterns and Perspectives on Using Opioid Regimens for Chronic Cancer Pain" and "Addressing Addiction at the End of Life"
Everyone (Public)5:30 PM7:00 PMGregory Zanieski, MD
Breast Cancer - What You Need to Know
Everyone (Public)10:00 AM11:00 AMMayumi Fujita, MD, PhD
Dermatology Grand Rounds: "My Approach to Melanoma as a Dermatologist"
Yale Only12:00 PM1:00 PM