The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Neurosciences Building will become the headquarters for the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences, bringing together the neurosciences community with bench laboratory research programs in psychiatry, neurology, neurosurgery and basic neuroscience, as well as desktop research, clinical research and clinical care space. The building will house basic science labs and clinical and translational programs, including numerous clinical programs, part of the UCSF Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases (IND), and the new Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI), which works to reduce the scale and impact of dementia around the world by training and supporting a new generation of leaders to translate research into effective policy and practice. Combined with the nearby Sandler Neurosciences Center and Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Hall, the neuroscience complex at UCSF Mission Bay will become one of the largest in the world.
The six-story building will include:
- Co-location of wet and dry research labs on the same floors, which provides better opportunities for collaboration between labs
- Wet lab space for the Department of Psychiatry to complement the proposed office and outpatient psychiatric building at 2130 Third Street.
- Neurology outpatient clinics that expand clinical offerings and consolidate more of UCSF Health’s neurology services at Mission Bay.
Read the latest news about the project:
Design: August 2016 – August 2017
Community Meeting: April 4, 2017
Construction: September 2017 – February 2020
Occupancy: Spring 2020
Meetings with the Community
April 12, 2017
Proposed Building Design Presentation for Community Members
Michele Davis, MPH, MCP
Associate Director, Community Relations
Community & Government Relations
University of California, San Francisco
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Community & Government Relations Projects
UCSF is engaged in a variety of ongoing projects designed to enhance the campus and medical center, and better serve both patients and the greater community. When we embark on any project, planning always includes engagement with the local community.