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Research Resources

Yale is among the top universities in receiving research funding from the National Institutes of Health and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. It also boasts hundreds of thousands of square feet of research space, much of it in new or newly renovated buildings.

Yale has not one or two but three campuses densely populated with state-of-the-art research programs and facilities.

Core Research Facilities

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West Campus

Yale’s major centralized research facilities enable you to conduct experiments, examine samples, and generate data in ways that are often unavailable to individual research labs and under the guidance of true experts in each technique. These facilities may be located at the School of Medicine, the main university campus, and/or West Campus but are open to you regardless of your Track or lab location.

Research Centers and Institutes

Many BBS students will work on projects that reside within one of several new or existing research programs, including those highlighted below. Note that these are not Ph.D. training programs but rather are multi-million dollar interdisciplinary research endeavors involving numerous researchers, including BBS faculty, BBS students, and clinicians.