The Bioengineering Building is one of the state-of-the-art facilities that comprise the Clyburn Research Center. As the name implies, this building is home to bioengineering research programs including:
Hollings Cancer Center Disparities, Genomics, and Cancer Control In addition, you will find classroom learning spaces, meeting rooms, and other research laboratory spaces utilized for supporting learning and research at MUSC.
The building supports researchers from Clemson University, the University of South Carolina and MUSC. This building has the potential to become one of the nation’s most productive centers for the development of biologically useful materials, devices and systems, guiding the process from discovery to practical solutions for some of our most pressing health concerns.
In addition to research facilities the building houses the offices of the College of Graduate Studies and a multimedia conference center.