The UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures is a state-of-the-art stem cell research facility. Subsequent to seismic strengthening the existing building, the lab design and construction was performed in phases as funds became available. The project includes the build-out of approximately 50,000 SF of Building 41 to provide research and academic space, including open and individual laboratory support rooms as follows:
SBRC Phase 2: Clean Room (4500 SF); Specific Pathogen Free Barrier (Vivarium) facility with entry, exiting showers, procedure rooms, holding rooms, imaging rooms, and separate animal manipulation rooms (9200 SF); Service Space, Utility infrastructure and Researcher Offices.
SBRC Phase 2A: Open Lab (2800 SF), Gel Room-Imaging-Cell Culture-Microscopy Rooms (2800 SF), Service Space and Researcher Offices dedicated to the lab.
SBRC Phase 2B: Open Lab (5800 SF), Cell Culture-Cell Sorter-FACS (4000 SF), Service Space and Researcher Office