Welcome to 3155

The School of Medicine is completing a major remodel of 3155 Porter Drive in anticipation of moving the Canary Center for Early Cancer Detection Program, Department of Radiology into the building during Spring, 2013.  The building, formerly occupied by Stems Cells, Inc, is a two story, 69,000 gsf, laboratory building originally built in 1977.  The current renovation project, the second major renovation of the building, will bring the laboratories and all of the mechanical systems up to date and refresh the finishes throughout the building.  The total cost of this project is $19.5 million.

While the Canary Center for Early Cancer Detection Program will occupy the majority of the building, the HLA (human leukocyte antigens) Laboratory, several Sleep Center laboratories and the Gene Sequencing Core will also occupy the building.  The HLA Lab is a part of Stanford's Histocompatibility, Immunogenetics and Disease Profiling Laboratory and the Sleep Labs are a part of the Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine.   The Gene Sequencing Core is as stated a shared facility for faculty and labs wishing to sequence genes.

 

Construction Progress Photos are regularly updated.