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Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Academic & Research Facilities

Medical Sciences Building 

Medical Sciences Building

3230 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267

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The Medical Sciences Building (MSB) is the main administrative and laboratory facility of the College of Medicine. MSB is host to many research and education activities within the department.


Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Cincinnati Children's3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229-3026

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Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in the treatment and research of pediatric and adolescent diseases. As a result, this institution draws patients from all over the United States and over 30 countries each year who need its specialized tertiary care. Cincinnati Children’s has 587 beds and is the only Level I pediatric trauma center in southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana.


Vontz Center for Molecular Studies

Vontz Center for Molecular Genetics3125 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45267
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The Vontz Center for Molecular Studies, a Frank Gehry design, serves as the gateway to the UC Medical Center. Not only is the design of this research building stunning, but the work taking place in its laboratories is transforming fundamental biomedical understanding.


Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Cincinnati VA

3200 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45220

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The Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a major 269-bed acute-care hospital for veterans in Southwest Ohio. This facility is a dean's committee medical center and affiliated with the UC College of Medicine.


Metabolic Diseases Institute 


2180 E. Galbraith Road,
D111, ML 0505,
Cincinnati, OH 45215
(513) 558-2401

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The UC Metabolic Diseases Institute (MDI) was created to foster excellence in biomedical research from basic science to translational medicine and facilitate collaboration among academic and industrial researchers. Work at the Metabolic Diseases Institute is primarily focused on the genetic, molecular, cellular and physiologic mechanisms of metabolic disorders, neuropsychiatric disorders, cancer and cardiovascular disease. The MDI on UC’s Reading Campus is host to numerous research activities for the department.