Core Facilities

On Campus Facilities

photo of White Hall — Gandhi Medical Education Center

Ramesh K. Gandhi Medical Education Center — White Hall

Originally built in 1981 as an ambulatory care center, this building was completely remodeled and rededicated as a state-of-the-art medical education center in fall 2008. The building includes two lecture halls with large video screens and cameras for remote conferencing as well as a state-of-the-art anatomy lab with an integrated audio-video system and a dedicated medical student lounge open 24 hours a day. The following programs and offices are currently housed in the building:

photo of the  Biological Sciences Buildings I & IIBiological Sciences Buildings I & II

Biological Sciences Buildings I and II were built in 1975 and underwent renovations in 2009. The buildings house offices, labs and several university science departments as well as the following:

photo of  Matthew O. Diggs III Laboratory for Life Science ResearchMatthew O. Diggs III Laboratory for Life Science Research

Opened in fall 2007, this 45,000-square-foot building is one of the first university research laboratories in Ohio registered under Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability through a variety of energy-saving methods. The Diggs Laboratory houses highly productive research labs for the Environmental and Biomedical Sciences Programs and Molecular Genetics as well as the following medical school departments:

photo of the  Health Sciences BuildingHealth Sciences Building

Completed in 1986, the Health Sciences building adds visual interest to campus with its irregular shape. It houses classrooms, research labs, Laboratory Animal Resources (AALAAC accredited) and the following department and program:

photo of the  Medical Sciences BuildingMedical Sciences Building

The Medical Sciences Building, completed in 1976 when the medical school admitted its first class, houses the following programs:

Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration BuildingNeuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building

The Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building brings together scientists and physicians affiliated with the Wright State University & Premier Health Neuroscience Institute and systems research engineers to create a unique synergy between biomedical research and engineering. The 90,000-square-foot facility opened in the spring of 2015. A full 55,000 square feet of the four-story building (including a basement) is assigned to research. In addition, the building houses:

photo of the  Wright State Physicians BuildingWright State Physicians Health Center

This state-of-the-art facility at 725 University Blvd. on the Wright State campus houses clinical offices for  several Wright State Physicians medical practices as well as the following medical school administrative offices:

Off-Campus Programs & Facilities



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Last edited on 11/05/2015.