Future-facing facility capabilities: Freezer farm capacity, energy efficiency, support space, GMP

Assoc Dean, Facilities & Operations

The 560,000-square-foot LEED Silver Medical and Research Translation building at Stony Brook University is the biggest medical sciences building to be built at a SUNY campus in decades, setting a strong foundation for the science programs of tomorrow. Glen Itzkowitz provides an armchair tour of the building’s future-facing facility capabilities including rationales for decisions on freezer farm capacity and efficiency investments, research support space, GMP capabilities, biopharmaceutical production facilities, cyclotron, and a mix of wet/dry research space, all of which define the next generation of modular, modern, and efficient research facilities.