McGill University Life Sciences Research Complex

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The McGill Life Sciences Complex

The McGill University Life Sciences Research Complex (MULSRC) or simply the McGill Life Sciences Complex is a collaborative effort between McGill's Faculty of Science, Faculty of Medicine and the McGill University Health Centre to create a multi-disciplinary research environment for investigators in the life sciences. The complex brings scientists together to work on research projects within five thematic biomedical fields:

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The Life Sciences Complex is located within three interconnected buildings on the McGill campus in downtown Montreal:

Together, the complex provides over 300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2) for offices, classrooms and laboratories.[1]

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