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WSU opens new research facility
January 2014
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SPOKANE, Wash.—Washington State University (WSU) has opened the doors to its Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences building, a new facility for integrated drug, pharmacogenomics, genomics, imaging and proteomics research programs and labs, as well as the College of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences. The facility, which cost $78.6 million and boasts 125,000 square feet of space, will also be the new home for the bulk of WSU’s biomedical research programs. The pharmaceutical program will be largely focused on “pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics, molecular epidemiology and cancer risk assessment,” Phil Lazarus, chair and professor of pharmaceutical sciences at WSU, told GenomeWeb Daily News, as well as drug discovery and delivery, novel target development and systems pharmacology. WSU has built several core facilities to support the programs, such as a genomics core for high-throughput sequencing, a proteomics core and core labs for nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, flow cytometry and imaging.

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