Nghiem Lab

The Nghiem lab is composed of several research bays within a shared lab space with another investigator. Our lab is just one of many in a growing family of investigators in the South Lake Union (SLU) research facility. The labs within SLU are varied in scope but are open to collaboration and sharing of ideas and equipment.

[back to top]

 

South Lake Union and the Brotman Building

The South Lake Union Campus of the University of Washington School of Medicine, also known as the Brotman Building, houses 4 floors of biotechnology and medical research laboratories. Among the varied research areas are four Centers, focused on Allergy & Inflammation, Cardiovascular Biology & Regenerative Medicine, Lung Biology and Translational Medicine in Women's Health. Further, expansion of the current facility is underway with two new buildings under construction.

South Lake Union is the neighborhood just north of downtown Seattle. It is situated on the southern end of Lake Union and approaches the Seattle Center and the Space Needle to the west. This urban neighborhood is a blend of apartment/condominium homes, varied businesses and research facilities, restaurants, parks, a waterfront, and, of course, coffee. Much of South Lake Union seems to be under construction with the addition of new condominiums and businesses.

Discover SLU

SLU Friends and Neighbors

City of Seattle

 

 

South Lake Union

SLU Construction

 

[back to top]

 

University of Washington Medical Center

University of Washington Medical Center

 

 

[back to top]