The University of Nebraska Medical Centre plans for the construction of new CORE (campus operations and research excellence) building in USA.
The facility will support various research purposes, including computer-based and wet lab-based research in areas like drug discovery, oncology research, and other strategic research fields.
The CORE Building will be located at the Saddle Creek Campus, specifically at the corner of Saddle Creek Road and Farnam Street.
Additionally, it mentions the proximity of the site to the Catalyst building, which is under construction. This building appears to be a hub for collaboration between UNMC's UNeMed and UNeTech branches, as well as biotech and technology startups. This will make the CORE building a great place for research that leads to collaboration on products and drugs, as well as fostering innovation.
The building plays a pivotal role in advancing research related to heart and vascular diseases by bringing together clinicians and research scientists.
Consequently, the centre has established a unique repository dedicated to the collection of heart and vascular tissue, along with blood samples, for research purposes.
Name University of Nebraska
Type New Construction