BJC Institute of Health at Washington University

The largest building ever constructed on the campus of Washington University School of Medicine is the BJC Institute of Health at Washington University, the home base for BioMed 21 — the University’s innovative research initiative designed to speed scientific discovery and apply breakthroughs to patient care rapidly. Started in 2007, the building is supported by a $30 million gift to Washington University’s medical school from BJC Health Care and added 240,000 square feet of research space. As a hub for BioMed 21, the building provides space for five Interdisciplinary Research Centers (IRCs).

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