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Building for the Future Continues

While researchers and faculty members settle into their new laboratory space at 300 Cedar St., a number of smaller, though significant, construction projects have been completed or are underway around the Yale medical school campus.

At the end of the B wing in the Sterling Hall of Medicine, a new three-story extension has created laboratory, support and office space for researchers in the area of drug discovery. Importantly, the B-wing extension also enhances the face presented by the School of Medicine towards Frontage Road.

Elsewhere in the Sterling Hall of Medicine, renovations are now in progress on the second and third floors of B wing to provide updated quarters for the Department of Pharmacology, while renovations to the third floor of C wing will add modern laboratory, support and office space for the Department of Neurobiology.

Also on the drawing board is a full renovation of the second and third floors of the Hunter Radiation Therapy Center for research programs in the Department of Therapeutic Radiology.

In addition, construction was completed on a new, 950-space parking garage at the corner of Amistad and Cedar streets. And planning continues for a 110,000-square-foot building adjacent to the garage with six floors devoted to clinical services. This building is expected to serve as a flagship for interdisciplinary clinical medicine where, as much as possible, patients will receive the majority of their consultative care at one visit.

Renovation of medical school facilities will continue over the next few years as the school's leadership maps out future uses for the laboratories, offices and classrooms vacated by research programs moving to 300 Cedar St.


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Building for the Future Continues

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