Front entrance to the Center for Health and The Environment off Old Davis Road.
Several laboratory buildings provide specialized facilities at the Center for Health and the Environment. The Van Winkle Lab is primarily housed in the Cell Biology Building (Room 514, 517, and 519). This building has laboratories that are designed and equipped for tissue culture. Air flow in the building is designed to provide positive pressure in the laboratory and, thereby, reduce the risk of outside contamination. This also makes this building a perfect site for microscopy equipment and so this is where the CAMI core is located (Room 514). We also have a histochemistry lab equipped for immunohistochemistry and resin embedding (Room 106) and share a fixation and tissue processing lab at the TPHRL. TPHRL, the toxic pollutants health effects research lab contains inhalation exposure facilities.