The Heritage College Research Facilities
The Heritage College medical research labs in this three-floor building focus on the development of new diagnostic methods and therapies, primarily in the areas of diabetes and cancer. Researchers have access to technologies such as a pathology lab with a histology suite for studying soft and hard tissues and a flow cytometer, a tool used to measure DNA in cells.
The Life Science Research Facility, which opened in 2003, is used by the Heritage College’s Department of Biomedical Sciences and the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Biological Sciences. In addition to faculty and graduate student offices, the building houses a diversity of research laboratories.
Irvine Hall houses two large lecture halls for the Clinical Presentation Continuum curriculum and the small group rooms for the Patient Centered Continuum curriculum. It also contains the Ohio Musculoskeletal Neurological Institute, Tropical Disease Institute, biomedical research labs, and the college’s communication office.
Ohio University Research Facilities