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Emory HSRB II case study: Decisions on discovery model, core facilities, open dry/wet labs and workspace

Here you’ll see how Emory University’s new Health Sciences Research Building II is advancing collaboration and the translational research mission for over 1,000 researchers in pediatrics, biomedical engineering, oncology, cardiovascular medicine, vaccines, radiology, and brain health. Melissa Thackery profiles the research workplace concepts and space allocations employed to foster interaction among experimentalists and computationalists. She sets out programming decisions for open labs and work areas with soft barriers to facilitate rapid discovery, and an innovation zone with accelerator space for startups and entrepreneurial research.

Occurs Location
Monday, April 8 9:05AM - 9:30AM
Pacific Ballroom
CEU Type Units
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
0.50 Units
Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW)
0.50 Units