Duke University

Genome Sciences Research Building II

Durham, NC

The state-of-the-art Genome Sciences Research Building II, which was a new prototype for research, is housed in a building that reflects the Gothic architecture of the historic campus in the context of the research campus.

The functional approach of the facility is a dual corridor system. Two floors comprise four research suites. The third and fourth floors consist of large open-plan laboratories. Results from this research facility will be used toward the development of genetic therapies for human diseases.


Practice Areas

Biomedical Research