The $515M Health Education Campus, a collaboration project between Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic, is scheduled to open this summer. The campus’ centerpiece facility is going to be named the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion in recognition of their significant contribution to the project. Mr. Samson, executive chairman of Macsteel Holdings, had a successful heart surgery performed by the former CEO and president of Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Toby Cosgrove and is a member of Cleveland Clinic’s International Leadership Board. This recent donation by Mr. Samson and his wife is among the largest to be received by the clinic.
The 11-acre Health Education Campus as a whole is going to bring together 2,200 medical, dental, nursing, and physician assistant students. Amongst an array of state of the art technologies, the campus is also going to include a 126,000 sq. ft dental clinic, high-tech simulation lab and an innovation laboratory where students as well as faculty can test and pilot new technologies. In addition to the Health Education Campus being well underway, funding is also on the rise with this past year bringing in the highest research and development funding Case Western has seen since 2014.
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Case Western Reserve University Funding Facts:
- 2017 Total R & D Expenditures: $408,609,000
- 2017 Life Science Expenditures: $348,315,000
- 2018 NIH Funding: $295,405,775
- National Ranking for Total R & D Expenditures: 58th
Looking to a future that boasts the most technologically advanced learning environments and a multi-disciplinary collaborative methodology, the Health Education Campus plans to bring about a new era of teaching. Life science professionals across all medical fields at Case Western Reserve University will be looking to purchase the most innovative laboratory products to ring in this new era.
Later this spring Biotechnology Calendar looks forward to hosting its 1st annual BioResearch Product Faire™ event at Case Western Reserve Univerity where Professors, Graduate Students, Post Doctoral Candidates, Research Scientists, Grant Holders, Principal Investigators, Lab Managers and Pharmacists can network and learn about the latest science innovations. The event will take place Thursday, June 20th, 2019.
If you are a lab supplier, participating in the BioResearch Product Faire™ event at Case Western Reserve will get you face time with hundreds of researchers actively seeking the newest and latest technologies to aid their research. We hope you will join us at the upcoming Case Western Reserve BioResearch Product Faire™ event.