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Neigh Lab Moves To Virginia Commonwealth University!

Dr. Neigh relocated the majority of her research program to Richmond, VA, in Spring 2016.  As part of the recruitment package, three laboratories and office space were built to Dr. Neigh's specifications.  It was a very long process and a tremendous learning experience.  The labs were completed in Spring 2017.  The building process is pictured below in reverse chronological order. The Neigh Lab space consists of a suite of behavioral testing and surgical rooms, a BSL2+ cell culture suite, and a wet lab suite with adjacent offices for Dr. Neigh and research staff.  The labs are located on the 12th floor of Sanger Hall on the MCV campus of VCU with an amazing view of the city.  We can see all the way to the James River!

All Moved In and at the Bench!

Ready To Move In

Behavioral Testing and Surgical Suites

BSL2+ Cell Culture Suite

Main Wet Lab and Office Spaces

December 2016: Floors and Finishing Touches

Behavioral Testing and Surgical Suites

Learning and Memory Testing Room
Ante Room Entry to Suite and Control Room
Affective-like Behaviors
Testing Room
Surgery and Tissue Collection Room
Procedural Area for Stressors

BSL2+ Cell Culture Suite

Entry Area to BSL2+ Room with Freezer Area and Location for Centrifuge
BSL2+ Cell Culture Room Waiting for Biosafety Cabinet Installation

Main Wet Lab and Office Spaces

Main Wet Lab
Lab  Office Area and Entrance to Dr. Neigh's Office

October 2016: Closing Up the Walls

Late September 2016: Ready to Hang the Dry Wall!

Behavioral Testing and Surgical Suites

BSL2+ Cell Culture Suite

Main Wet Lab and Office Spaces

September 2016: Studs, Wiring, and Plastic Walls

July 2016: Temporary Space Fully Functional!

June 2016: Planning and Demolition are Complete

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