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Health and Medical Sciences
Building Appeal

We would like to thank the community for the overwhelming support of this appeal. The opportunity to donate and have your support acknowledged on our donor wall has now closed.

There are also opportunities to name laboratories, classrooms, learning stations, student lounges and more. Principal naming opportunities include the building itself, the lecture theatres and the Deans' offices.

For further information, or to have a confidential discussion about naming opportunities of rooms, please contact Mark Goldsmith, Deputy Director of Development, via email or phone 8313 5068.

The largest building project in the University’s history, the new University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building will open in early 2017, and with 1,600 health students will become the epicentre of clinical teaching in the Precinct.

Housing over 400 health researchers, it will also provide the greatest research concentration in the State, addressing such problems as:

  • cancer
  • ageing and chronic disease
  • reproductive and child health
  • nutrition and metabolism
  • neuroscience

The building will also contain a new $58 million Adelaide Dental Hospital in which its dental students will undertake their clinical practice.

Building a completely new, cutting-edge medical or nursing school happens once in a lifetime. Join us in creating a vibrant environment in which health students, staff, researchers and clinicians are fully integrated, moving easily from classroom to bedside to lab, as they work to build the future health of South Australians.

Every donor who gave $500 by 30 November 2016 will have their name included on the Donors' Wall in the ground floor atrium.

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Address

250 North Terrace
The University of Adelaide
SA 5005 Australia

Contact

T: +61 8 8313 5800
F: +61 8 8313 5808
development@adelaide.edu.au

 

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