Saunders Research Building

Suanders Research Building

The Saunders Research Building celebrated its grand opening on April 8, 2011. The building serves as the hub of clinical and translational research for both the Medical Center and a network of researchers across the state. Take a floor-by-floor tour.

Building Named in Honor of E. Philip Saunders

The Saunders Research Building is named in honor of local businessman E. Philip Saunders for his decades of support. Read the full story

About E. Philip Saunders

E. Philip Saunders is a serial entrepreneur, best known for his business acumen and philanthropic efforts. Learn More about E. Philip Saunders

Innovative Design

The Saunders Research Building will not only be home to cutting-edge clinical and translational medicine, but the building itself represents an innovation in design. Read what makes the Saunders Research Building different

The Rochester Genome Art Wall

“The Rochester Genome,” designed by artist Mark Chen and installed in the lobby of the Saunders Research Building, celebrates the Rochester approach to science and medicine: the Biopsychosocial Model. Read more in the February 2012 edition of CTSI Stories.

Multimedia Gallery

Take a closer look at the Saunders Research Building by viewing our video and image gallery

Saunders Research Building User's Guide

The Saunders Research Building User’s Guide contains useful information about programs and services offered by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and about how to take full advantage of all the features and services available in the building. Click here to read the Guide.

 

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