University of California, Riverside

School of Medicine


School of Medicine Research Building

The School of Medicine Research Building is an innovative and environmentally sustainable facility which places an emphasis on creating working environments that support and foster scientific synergy between faculty researchers, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and support staff. Located next to Anderson Hall and the Entomology Building, this building is a certified LEED Gold facility.

School of Medicine Education Building

 Opened in 2012, the School of Medicine Education Building includes a 100-seat lecture hall, 10 patient examination rooms, problem-based-learning classrooms, a medical simulation laboratory, and administrative office space. The building received LEED-Silver certification in from the U.S. Green Building Council in January 2014.

Webber Hall

Named for Herbert John Webber, a former Citrus Experiment Station director, Webber Hall contains the laboratories of faculty in the School of Medicine Division of Biomedical Sciences.

The UCR School of Medicine at The UCR Palm Desert Center

The School of Medicine envisions developing a number research, clinical and educational activities at the UCR Palm Desert Center, established in 2005 as a research and graduate education hub in the Coachella Valley.

 Supporting Research Facilities

Existing research facilities will provide an important foundation for the School of Medicine, strategically positioned to assist in building and enhancing the ongoing health sciences research at UCR.

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