Be a Part of the Center for Collaborative Research Grand Opening Festivities – Sept. 21
NSU is holding a grand opening for the Center for Collaborative Research (CCR), one of the largest and most advanced research facilities in Florida, on Wednesday, September 21, 2016. Due to space constraints, this event is not open to the public. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to stream the ceremonies using this link or visit one of the NSU locations below to view remotely and join the festivities.
CCR tours will be available for students, faculty, and staff on September 21 at 12:30 – 3:00 p.m. (see below).
Watch the Grand Opening from Remote Locations
- Health Professions Division Chancellor’s Dining Room (5th floor)
- Flight Deck (Don Taft University Center)
- Fort Myers Campus – Room 108
- Jacksonville Campus – Room 201
- Miami Campus – Room 123
- Miramar Campus – Room 315
- Orlando Campus – Room 130
- Palm Beach Campus – Room 210
- Puerto Rico Campus – Room 3323
- Tampa Campus – Room 2017
In-person Tours of the Center for Collaborative Research
NSU students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the Open House for the Center for Collaborative Research (CCR) on Wednesday, September 21, at 12:30 – 3:00 pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to take a tour of the 215,000 square foot facility. Reservations are not necessary to attend the Open House. Click here to learn more about the CCR.
- The Center for Collaborative Research has state-of-the-art laboratories and is equipped with wet and dry labs; leading research equipment, and other resources such as Florida LambdaRail, a high-speed broadband services delivery network.
- More than 200 research projects are currently underway at NSU, including studies on cardiovascular disease, anticancer therapies, chronic fatigue syndrome, autism, coral reef restoration, stem cells, disorders that cause blindness, and wildlife DNA forensics.
Research Institutes and Centers
In order to efficiently address key issues facing humanity, NSU has established several research institutes and centers using a multidisciplinary, interprofessional approach. These currently include:
- NSU’s AutoNation Institute for Breast and Solid Tumor Cancer Research
- NSU Cell Therapy Institute (a partnership with researchers from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden)
- NSU’s Institute for Natural and Ocean Sciences Research
- NSU’s Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine
- NSU’s Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research
- NSU’s Emil Buehler Research Center for Engineering, Science, and Mathematics