Deputy Director - Centre Manager, Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics
University of New South Wales
In 2017, UNSW completed its construction of the Bioscience E26 South Building, part of the larger Biomedical Precinct Extension Development. What the university envisioned was to integrate their core facilities to further boost their current status as leaders in research infrastructure excellence. The building enables integration at a level never experienced before allowing core staff to engage in meaningful interactions and discovering new capabilities.
- Australia's first integrated floor providing research in Genomics, Imaging, Bioinformatics and Proteomics and its effectiveness in reinforcing synergies between research groups
- Achieving accreditation in the new building which was not possible with the design of the old building
- Improvements in climate controls, UPS backups and uninterrupted power supplies