Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, Partial Renovations
Empowering imagination, pioneering discovery
Working to transform the treatment of conditions such as lupus, arthritis, sepsis, cancer, psychiatric illness, and Alzheimer's disease, scientists at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research strive to advance knowledge and make innovative therapies a reality. As the global headquarters for bioelectronic medicine, they are exploring ways to raise the standard of medical innovation using electronic medical devices to signal the body to heal itself.
Flad provided the master planning and programming through design of the phased renovation to modernize and improve 20,000 square feet of laboratories and support spaces. The project encouraged a better utilization of spaces through the introduction of flexibility into laboratories, better adjacencies between offices, and co-located collaboration spaces. The program includes a new cleanroom (Class 100), makerspace for prototyping for the development of medical devices, bioelectronics and biosensing lab, microfabrication lab, neural decoding and data analytics, rapid prototyping lab, mechanical engineering lab, neurophysiology, and other support spaces.
LocationManhasset, New York