New Medical and Research Building at Stony Brook University
The new $194 million Medical and Research Translational Building at Stony Brook University is set to open soon this year. The 250,000 square-foot building, loacted near the university's Health Science Center, will greatly expand medical research capabilities and is one of several expansions that the university is undergoing.
The New Medical and Research Translational Building Includes:
- Eight floors devoted to imaging, neurosciences, and cancer research
- 25 cancer biology-oriented labs
- 30-room cancer clinic
- 30-station clinical infusion center
This expansive new facility will enable Stony Brook researchers and physicians to work together to advance cancer research. According to Stony Brook University's website, the new research building will include "cancer biology oriented wet laboratories for cell, tissue, and other cancer biology research, dry labs for statistical research, biomedical informatics, and clinical study, a chemistry research lab, conference center and educational space."
As the site of the new outpatient Cancer Center, the MART will also allow Stony Brook to deliver cutting-edge cancer care more efficiently and effectively. It will also double the university's capacity to provide cancer treatment.
More Stony Brook Funding Statistics:
2014 Life Science R & D Expenditures: 101st Ranked = $102,430,000
- Stony Brook University received $10,182,321 in basic research and clinical funding from the National Cancer Institute in 2015
- $3.8 million, over five years, was awarded to a Stony Brook University team of researchers developing new drugs for pain, inflammation, and possible drug addiction.
- A Stony Brook researcher received 5 separate NIH grants totaling $2,485,445. His grants support varied research surrounding a family of enzymes, including the molecules sphingomyelin and sphingolipids, and their connection to cancer and diseases.
- A four year, $1.2 million National Cancer Institute award to Stony Brook University will fund research on racial differences and its implications on gastrointestinal cancer biology.
Stony Brook Research Product Event
Lab product supply companies are invited to meet with well-funded life science professionals at Stony Brook University this fall at the 11th Annual:
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