Building 50, Louis Stokes Laboratories
Building 50, the Louis Stokes Laboratories, is a six-story facility designed specifically around the needs of the NIH intramural research community. It was completed in 2001. The building has research "neighborhoods," open-plan modules that allow workstations to be located in direct proximity to lab benches and next to exterior windows for maximum exposure to natural light. The facility has won awards for its energy efficient design.
Building features include a nuclear magnetic resonance suite and showers for joggers and bicyclists.
The nearest NIH Shuttle Stop is in front of Building 12.
Building Other Names:
MD Program for the Blind Coffee Bar
NIH Credit Union ATM
NIH Lactation Program
This page was last updated on May 05, 2017