An exciting renovation nearly five years in the making has culminated in the transformation of the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, which celebrated the completion of its total renovation in the Spring of 2008.
To continue offering patients the most effective and compassionate care, UofL Health Care and the UofL Foundation have invested nearly $29 million in the renovation of clinical facilities and updating of leading-edge technology. Learn more about our Clinical Facilities.
In addition, the James Graham Brown Cancer Center currently has approximately 50,000 square feet of dedicated research space throughout the Health Sciences campus, which includes lab space within the Cancer Center itself, the Baxter Biomedical Buildings, a lab dedicated to Stem Cell research, as well as a Pharmacology lab.
In addition, the University of Louisville added to its already impressive cancer research capacity with the 2009 opening of a nearly 287,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Clinical and Translational Research Building (CTRB). It provides the cancer center with the capacity to meet program growth goals.
Since the JGBCC was established in 1980, its mission as part of an academic medical center has been to be on the leading edge of cancer research and train the next generation of oncologists. The Cancer Center’s rebirth fully supports the world-class team in fulfilling the mission. Learn more about our Research Facilities.