The $23 million U.A. Whitaker Building is home to the Coulter Department on the Georgia Tech campus. The 99,822-square-foot facility anchors the biotechnology corridor at Georgia Tech and provides administrative offices, classrooms and laboratories for the department.
The Health Sciences Research Building houses laboratories, offices, and a vivarium with research focused on pediatrics. An occupied bridge with offices and conference rooms connects the building to the Emory Children’s Center.
The Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience (IBB) was created to facilitate interdisciplinary research in bioengineering and the biosciences.
Technology Enterprise Park (TEP) is a new addition of research space that Department of Biomedical Engineering occupies and operates. In addition to the research space, TEP houses a core instrument facility.
Georgia Tech’s Engineered Biosystems Building provides 218,880 square feet of flexible interdisciplinary laboratory space for researchers collaborating in the fields of Chemical Biology, Cell Therapies and Systems Biology.
The Woodruff Memorial Research Building, on Emory's campus, houses administrative offices, faculty offices and laboratories for the Coulter Department.
The Emory University School of Medicine brings a wealth of research resources to the Coulter Department.
The Marcus Nanotechnology Building (MNB) is now the headquarters for the Institute of Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN), one of Georgia Tech's several new Interdisciplinary Research Institutes (IRI).
The Molecular Science and Engineering Building (MoSE) includes 275,000 gross square feet and is the fourth building of the biotechnology quadrangle complex located on the corner of Atlantic Street and Ferst Drive on Georgia Tech’s campus.
The Center for Advanced Brain Imaging (CABI), a joint venture between Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University, is a state-of-the-art facility focused on the examination of brain activity, human behavior and cognition.