Research at the Rauh Laboratory

Welcome to the research laboratory of Dr. Michael Rauh in the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine.  We are situated in the historical Richardson Laboratory building, on the beautiful waterfront campus of Queen's University and Kingston Health Sciences Centre, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Our goals are to improve the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of patients with myeloid cancers, by studying their genetic and immune origins, including from the common age-associated condition called clonal hematopoiesis (CH or CHIP).

Our focus is on translational and transformative pathology – moving research discoveries from the bench, to the bedside, and back.  Hence, our brand is “QMyPath” – “Q” for Queen’s, “My” for myeloid and the patient-focused nature of our research, and “Path” for pathology and the road to personalized medicine.

Logo for the Queen's University Ruah Lab and Myeloid Pathology lab. The word MyPaTH is spelled with cells.