Geisel’s Williamson Translational Research Building Takes Shape

Read the full story by Jennifer Durgin, published by the Geisel School of Medicine.

Scheduled to be completed in the late summer of 2015, the Geisel School of Medicine’s Williamson Translational Research Building will make collaboration between biomedical scientists and clinicians easier than ever before, and—most importantly—will accelerate the movement of discoveries from research labs to patient care.

 

The rendering shows the Williamson Translational Research Building, scheduled to be completed in the late summer of 2015. (Courtesy of the Geisel School of Medicine) The rendering shows the Williamson Translational Research Building, scheduled to be completed in the late summer of 2015. (Courtesy of the Geisel School of Medicine)

 

At the Crossroads of Discovery and Patient Care

 

Dartmouth SYNERGY Offers a Big Boost to Clinical Research

Located on the campus of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, the building will be home to interdisciplinary teams of bench scientists, physician-researchers, health care delivery researchers from The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, and biomedical data scientists. The Williamson Building will also be home to SYNERGY: The Dartmouth Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and to Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s clinical and translational pathology labs.

 

Take a look at the construction in this slideshow.