UF celebrates opening of Clinical and Translational Research Building

Published: August 13th, 2013

Category: Community, Education, Event, News, Research

(Left to right) Carol Walker, David R. Nelson, M.D., David S. Guzick, M.D., Ph.D., U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, Marco Pahor, M.D., Michael L. Good, M.D., and Michael G. Perri, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the CTRB opening.

(Left to right) Carol Walker, David R. Nelson, M.D., David S. Guzick, M.D., Ph.D., U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, Marco Pahor, M.D., Michael L. Good, M.D., and Michael G. Perri, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the CTRB opening.

Dr. David R. Nelson, director of the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute, joined UF leaders and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 12, 2013, to celebrate the opening of UF’s new Clinical and Translational Research Building. Funded by a unique collaboration of the National Institutes of Health and UF, the $45 million, 120,000-square-foot complex will spark collaboration and spur medical advances by bringing together research teams from a range of scientific disciplines.

The CTSI occupies the north wing of the building along with affiliated clinical research groups and the departments of epidemiology, biostatistics and health outcomes and policy. The Institute on Aging occupies the south wing.

Read the news release:
UF celebrates opening of new Clinical and Translational Research Building

View event photos on the UF Facebook page:
Clinical and Translational Research Building Ribbon-Cutting

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