Joseph E. Walther Hall

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Indiana University School of Medicine

Indianapolis, Indiana

254,000 SF

Walther Hall houses scientific discovery for lifesaving therapies. Designed to promote multidisciplinary collaboration among principal investigators and faculty researchers to increase translational research, the facility includes cancer, neuroscience, and immunobiology programs.

Laboratory spaces are designed with flexibility to accommodate technological advancements. Walther Hall also includes instrumentation rooms, tissue culture rooms, specialized testing rooms, suites for BSL-3 Research and vector production, as well as a cell repository and DNA serum bank. Consisting of six stories, a basement and a mechanical penthouse floor, the facility also supports administrative space an auditorium and shared conferencing areas.


Architecture, Engineering, Planning


2009 Monumental Awards: Achievement Award in Architecture & 2009 Monumental Awards: Merit Award in Interior Design, AAALAC Accredited