Washington University in St. Louis began construction in March, 2020, on an 11-story, 609,000-square-foot neuroscience research building on the School of Medicine campus. The project brings together more than 100 research teams from across the university focused on solving the many mysteries of the brain and the body’s nervous system.
Laboratories from the Department of Neuroscience and other departments will begin to move into the building in summer 2023.
Sustainability key focus in Neuroscience Research Building construction (Links to an external site)
Facility on track to achieve LEED Gold certification
Diversity, equity, inclusion a pillar of Neuroscience Research Building (Links to an external site)
“We are all doing important work.”
Neuroscience leaders tour research building construction site (Links to an external site)
The Neuroscience Research Building’s 11 stories have been framed and siding installation has begun.
Construction of neuroscience building perseveres despite pandemic (Links to an external site)
The Department of Neuroscience is among those preparing to move into the start-of-the-art facility in 2023.