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  • 1. Yale West Campus Scott Strobel Vice President for West Campus Planning and Program Development Yale University
  • 2. Yale’s West Campus
  • 3. Aerial View of Yale’s West Campus
  • 4.
    • West Campus by the Numbers
    • 136 Acres, 17 buildings, 2,750 parking spaces
    • • Research Labs 434,000 GSF
    • • Administration 346,000
    • • Specialty Storage (A-21) 426,000
    • • General Storage (A-42) 257,000
    • • Campus Support 105,000
    • • Other functions (day care, education) 32,000
    • • Total Building GSF 1,600,000
  • 5.  
  • 6. West Campus Operating Principles
    • •Scientific focus on challenges of human sustainability
      • Health, Environment and Energy
    • •Institute based research programs that cross traditional departmental boundaries
    • •Strengthen and integrate science and engineering faculty across the University
      • Medical School, School of Engineering, Yale College
    • •Expand core facilities to support research
  • 7. Energy Sciences BioDesign SMDC = Small Mol. HTCB = siRNA YCGA = Genomics HPC = HP Computing AC = Analytical Chem AC Cancer Chemical Biology Microbial Diversity Systems Biology BioDesign MPC SMDC YCGA HTCB
  • 8. High Through-Put Cell Biology (HTCB) Small Molecule Discovery Center (SMDC ) Yale Center for Genomic Analysis (YCGA) High Performance Computing (HPC)
  • 9. Sequence Output at YCGA (GB) 235 Gbp per Day Equivalent to ~75 Human Genome Equivalents per Day
  • 10. Energy Sciences BioDesign SMDC = Small Mol. HTCB = siRNA YCGA = Genomics HPC = HP Computing AC = Analytical Chem AC Cancer Chemical Biology Microbial Diversity Systems Biology BioDesign MPC SMDC YCGA HTCB
  • 11. Joseph Schlessinger Pharmacology Cancer Cancer Biology Search Committee Tom Lynch (Cancer Center), Chair Dan DiMaio (Genetics) Richard Flavell (Immunobiology) Peter Glazer (Radiology) Gary Kupfer (Pediatrics) Rick Lifton (Genetics) Haifan Lin (Cell Biology) Susan Mayne (Epidemiology and Public Health) Tom Pollard (MCDB) Jim Rothman (Cell Biology) Mark Saltzman (Biomedical Engineering) Yossi Schlessinger (Pharmacology) Bill Sessa (Pharmacology) Joan Steitz (MB&B) David Stern (Pathology) Tian Xu (Genetics) $40 Million Research Partnership with Gilead Pharmaceuticals
  • 12.
  • 13. Administration Buildings (possible clinical functions) Possible cancer clinical research center