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Facilities

850 PBC

The exterior of 850 PBCThe 850 PBC building on the Downtown Phoenix campus is a seven-story, 227,000-square-foot, lab-enabled building by Wexford Science+Technology that opened in March 2021. The Phoenix Bioscience Core integrates research, entrepreneurial activity and corporate engagement, and the new building serves as a bridge between the surrounding neighborhoods, the academic community and the professional community. The College of Health Solutions is the lead tenant of 850 PBC, occupying several floors with labs and research space offering opportunities for collaboration and access to state-of-the-art equipment. From promoting health to the treatment of disease, Health Solutions researchers collaborate with the community via the labs, clinical facilities and translational research center —  aiming to shorten the time from discovery to clinical practice. Learn more about the Phoenix Bioscience Core.

Arizona Biomedical Collaborative Building (ABC-1)

The exterior of ABC-1The outcome of a collaboration between the City of Phoenix, the Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona State University and the University of Arizona, ABC-1 provides abundant research and lab space. The building contains dedicated phlebotomy and clinical research areas, procedure and exam rooms, and space for exercise trials and physical activity assessments. The facilities offer an array of advanced equipment for innovative health research, as well as a kitchen and dining area. The unique partnership that supports ABC-1 facilitates interdisciplinary, collaborative research between Arizona’s two largest universities.

Community Services Building

The exterior of CSBLocated on the ASU Tempe campus, the Community Services Building earns its name. Here, speech and hearing science faculty conduct research and address the communication needs for people of all ages through low- or no-cost groups and programs. The Community Services Building was constructed in 1963 and operated as a tuberculosis sanatorium before becoming a children’s hospital in the 1970s. Owned by ASU since then, today’s research and services continue the building’s tradition of community-oriented work.

Health Futures Center

The exterior of the Health Future CenterThe Health Futures Center in northeast Phoenix represents a shared goal between Mayo Clinic and ASU to improve community health. The center is adjacent to the Mayo Clinic campus and offers a leading-edge research, innovation and learning environment with a med-tech innovation accelerator, biomedical informatics labs and educational spaces. It offers a research kitchen, movement lab, cardio and strength lab, mass spectrometer, group intervention rooms, a room constructed for an fMRI, a learning studio, and a state-of-the-art conference center. The College of Health Solutions shares space at the Health Futures Center with several other colleges at ASU, including Edson College of Nursing and Fulton Schools of Engineering, allowing for transdisciplinary collaboration and research.

Lattie F. Coor Hall

The exerior of Coor HallNamed in honor of ASU's 15th president, Coor Hall provides space for classrooms, open computer labs, research, survey research, special purpose facilities and offices. Many units at ASU use Coor Hall, including faculty from the College of Health Solutions who conduct speech and hearing science research in the building’s many lab and research spaces. Their contributions to communication is reflected on the literal building in the form of text fragments etched onto the glass façade by Chicago artist’s BJ Krivanek. Also housed in Coor Hall is the ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic, which offers high-quality professional services in an educational environment to people of all ages, from infants to seniors, with needs in communication and hearing improvement.