The Han Zhu lab is located in the Cardiovascular Institute (CVI) in the brand-new Biomedical Innovations Building (BMI), which brings together multiple disciplines to promote cross-disciplinary collaborations. The BMI building provides 225,000 square feet of space for research and connection, including over 600 lab benches. The open layout design encourages cross-disciplinary work, integrating cardiovascular medicine, pediatrics, orthopedics, immunotherapy, personalized genomics, asthma and allergy, and otolaryngology. In 2020, BMI was dedicated as a building that “will nourish and foster the type of collaboration we know is instrumental for developing tomorrow’s treatments and cures” by the School of Medicine Dean Lloyd Minor, MD. Located in the heart of the Stanford medical campus and just a few steps away from the two main Stanford medical center buildings, Stanford medical school and major core facilities, the centralized location puts researchers in BMI in the ideal location for productive translational research.
240 Pasteur Drive, Biomedical Innovations Building, Rm 3500, Stanford University, Palo Alto, 94034