|History of the Campuses and Buildings of the University of Rochester|
|United States Hotel||Prince Street Campus||Eastman School of Music||Medical Center||River Campus||Mid-Campus||South Campus||Mt. Hope Campus||Graduate, Family and Veteran Housing||Central Utilities||Other Off-Site Buildings|
|Medical Center||Del Monte Research
|View of MRBX from the south/
The Medical Research Building Extension, commonly referred to as MRBX, opened in 2002 and was renamed as the Ernest J. Del Monte Neuromedicine Institute in 2009.
2000 "Simon School, medical center get new additions," Campus Times, September 21, 2000, Page 6.
million gift to transform neuromedicine at Medical Center," Currents
37(4), July 27, 2009
In May, University and Medical Center announced the formation of the Ernest J. Del Monte Neuromedicine Institute, made possible by a founding gift from Rochester entrepreneur Ernest J. Del Monte. Del Monte says that his family’s $10 million gift—the second largest in the Medical Center’s history—is the first installment toward what he hopes will amount to a $20 million commitment to the institute over time. The institute will serve as a hub for a host of research centers and growing clinical care programs throughout the Medical Center and the River Campus. Since it will focus primarily on bringing laboratory breakthroughs to everyday patient care, neuroscientists working in translational medicine will be relocated together into the current Medical Research Building Extension, which will be renamed the Ernest J. Del Monte Neuromedicine Institute.
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