Collaboration

Because modern biomedical research is multidisciplinary, research at UCLA is focused in various institutes and centers in addition to departments. Thus, Pathology faculty members have multiple affiliations that transcend traditional departmental boundaries.

BSCRC Lab

The Broad Stem Cell Research Center (BSCRC)

The BSCRC is on the cusp of transforming patient care through the development of personalized stem cell based therapies for a wide range of diseases. Our commitment to innovation and cross disciplinary collaboration continually reshapes and expands the culture of scientific exploration at UCLA and positions us as a leader in the field.  Read more>>


CNSI Building

The California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI)

The mission of the CNSI is to encourage university collaboration with industry and to enable the rapid commercialization of discoveries in nanosystems. CNSI members represent a multi-disciplinary team of some of the world's most preeminent scientists from the life and physical sciences, engineering, and medicine.  The work conducted at the CNSI represents world-class expertise in four targeted areas of nanosystems-related research including Energy, Environment, Health-Medicine, and Information Technology.  Read more>>


CTSI

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)

UCLA CTSI is an academic-community partnership to accelerate scientific discoveries and clinical breakthroughs to improve health and health care in Los Angeles, the most populous county, and among the most diverse, in the United States. Its mission is to create a borderless clinical and translational research institute that brings UCLA resources and innovations to bear on the greatest health needs of Los Angeles. It is one of 61 CTSAs supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) at NIH.  Read more »


JCCC

The Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCC)

The mission of the JCCC is to support basic, cancer-related research and to translate discoveries to the treatment of cancer. In order to facilitate this mission, the JCCC is organized into various program areas that are co-directed by basic research and clinical faculty. Pathology faculty have major leadership roles in the JCCC, and the Translational Pathology shared resource, which provides a reliable and continuous source of remnant human tissues for biomedical research and is directed by and housed in the department. Read more »