To participate fully in academic and extracurricular life on Grounds, a student must be feeling well. Parents know this, which is why they are taking the lead in funding construction of the new Student Health & Wellness Center.
A little more than ten years ago, businessman and investor Paul Manning decided to take a chance on something different. Today, that investment, the LaunchPad for Diabetes Innovation Fund, is paying off with research to benefit generations of future patients.
Down the hushed hallways of the Carter-Harrison Research Building, home to the Beirne B. Carter Center for Immunology Research, lies a hive of research activity. In lab after lab, dedicated researchers—ranging from undergraduates and graduate fellows to post-docs and senior faculty members—passionately search for new ways to treat and cure disease.