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  • Washington University School of Medicine - Department of Molecular Biology – Dr. Stephen Beverly
  • Washington University School of Medicine - Department of Molecular Biology – Dr. Stephen Beverly
  • Washington University School of Medicine - Department of Molecular Biology – Dr. Stephen Beverly

Washington University School of Medicine
Department of Molecular Biology – Dr. Stephen Beverly

Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Molecular Microbiology under the direction of Dr. Stephen Beverly, Chairman; is located on the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th floors of the McDonnell Pediatric Research Building. The renovations included a large seminar room for 85-90 people with vaulted ceilings, acoustically treated walls and the largest inter-department seminar room in the Washington University Medical Center. The 8th floor also includes large, open lab spaces for five prime researchers. The eight room BSL3+AG lab suite has a separate entry room, work room, growing room, anteroom, two BSL3 labs, and one BSL3+AG (agriculture) lab. The 9th floor houses Dr. Beverly's personal lab suite, along with three other major lab suites. All lab suites include a spacious lab, tissue culture room, computer room, conference room, lounge and glass wash facility. The 10th floor has six individual lab suites with a special imaging lab, confocal lab and electron microscope lab. The office area on the south side includes three emeritus offices and office suite for the Center for Infectious Diseases. Each research lab floor has centralized core facility functions of: cold rooms, equipment rooms, fermenter room, warm rooms and microscope rooms.

Square Feet: 77,000
Services: Programming, Full A / E Services