[FUN_Mail] Advice needed on Behavioral neuroscience lab design

Bruce Raymond Johnson brj1 at cornell.edu
Mon Aug 28 07:56:52 EDT 2017

Hi Judy,

Doug Weldon published a nice paper in JUNE on designing lab teaching space.




Bruce R. Johnson, Ph.D.
Dept of  Neurobiology and Behavior
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Cornell University
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We are currently in the process of redesigning our introductory and upper level lab spaces.  The upper level lab space will have an alcove for 4 electrophysiology rigs.  I will send you the architect's rendering this week.  You might also want to contact Dan Dombeck in the neurobiology department here at Northwestern.  He and colleagues created a neuroscience lab from scratch about 2 years ago.  I'very toured the space and it is impressive. His address is
 d-dombeck at northwestern.edu.


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From: Judith Ogilvie <judith.ogilvie at slu.edu>
Date: 8/26/17 11:24 PM (GMT-06:00)
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Subject: [FUN_Mail] Advice needed on Behavioral neuroscience lab design

Our biology building was essentially gutted by a fire and we are designing new spaces that need to be functional for the next 30-ish years. One thing that we have not had and want to add is lab space for a behavioral neuroscience undergrad teaching lab. What requirements should we have? There is a space adjoining our vivarium that we could ask for, but this space is on a different floor from other teaching labs and prep rooms in the current plan. Could we have one neuroscience lab space used both for behavioral NS and our cell/molecular NS lab?

This process is being fast tracked so ideas & suggestions asap are appreciated.
You may respond to me at ogilviej at slu.edu.
Thanks in advance,

-Judy Ogilvie

Judith Mosinger Ogilvie, Ph.D., FARVO
Associate Professor of Biology

Co-Director, Neuroscience Program

Saint Louis University

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