Several neuroscientists will be relocating to the second floor of Morrill Science Center 4 North. This brand new wing features a a modern open lab plan. Renovations include a teleconference-equipped meeting room, as well as computational and microscopy facilities.
The space will house the labs and offices of Gerald Downes, David Moorman, Mariana Pereira, Luke Remage-Healey, and Heather Richardson, as well as the office of Agnes Lacreuse. It will also house the newest member of the Neuroscience and Behavior Graduate program, Ilia Karatsoreos, who will arrive in January 2020. The IONs administrative assistant Alycia Fabry will have an office there as well. This space was designed to increase interactions among the neuroscience faculty. It is near to researchers and core facilities in the Life Sciences Laboratories as well as other neuroscientists in the rest of the Morrill Science Center. Laboratory moves are expected to be complete before spring semester.