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C.W. Bill Young Center
The C.W. Bill Young Center (Building 33) is a new laboratory complex constructed for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to expand its research programs for developing new and improved diagnostics, vaccines, and treatments for emerging diseases caused by infectious agents that may occur naturally or be deliberately released into civilian populations.
Dale and Betty Bumpers Vaccine Research Center
Building 40, the Dale and Betty Bumpers Vaccine Research Center, was established to facilitate research in vaccine development. Building 40, the "Dale and Betty Bumpers Vaccine Research Center," was established to facilitate research in vaccine development.
Edmond J. Safra Family Lodge
The Edmond J. Safra Family Lodge at NIH is the temporary residence for families and loved ones of adult patients receiving care at the Clinical Center.
James A. Shannon Building
Building 1, the "Shannon Building," serves as NIH headquarters in the heart of the campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
Louis Stokes Laboratories
Building 50, The Louis Stokes Laboratories, provides 250,000 GSF of state-of-the-art laboratory, office and conference facilities for scientists from nine NIH Institutes. Building 50, "The Louis Stokes Laboratories," provides 250,000 GSF of state-of-the-art laboratory, office and conference facilities for scientists from nine NIH Institutes.
National Library of Medicine
Buildings 38 (and 38A—shown in the background) house the National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest collection of medical literature, and the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications, the research component of the NLM.
NIH Campus: North
This view of the NIH campus looks north past the Natcher Building (right) to the Stokes Labs (center) and beyond to the Clinical Center (upper left). Building 31, the "Claude D. Pepper Building," (upper right) provides office space for most Institute directors and their immediate staff.
NIH Campus: South
This view of the NIH campus looks south beyond the Stokes Labs and Natcher Building (center) to the reflective façade of the National Library of Medicine (upper right).
The Children's Inn at NIH
The Children's Inn at NIH provides pediatric patients and their families a place to stay during treatment at the Clinical Center.
The Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center
The Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center opened in 2005. The facility houses inpatient units, day hospitals, and research labs and connects to the original Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center. Together, the Magnuson and Hatfield buildings form the NIH Clinical Center. The Clinical Center provides patient care and the environment clinical researchers need to advance clinical science. It was named in honor of Senator Mark O. Hatfield of Oregon, who supported medical research throughout his congressional career.