Work to begin on Wright State’s $37M research center


Wright State University will break ground Thursday on its new $37 million neuroscience and engineering research center.

The 85,000-square foot Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration will build on the partnership between Wright State and Premier Health Partners, the largest health care network in Dayton. It will house the research arm of the Premier Health Partners–Wright State University Neuroscience Institute, established in 2009, and provide about 25 laboratories for between 200 to 300 researchers, graduate students and university faculty.


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