Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic's New Home for Groundbreaking Biomedical Research and Education
A testament to Arizona State University’s (ASU) ongoing mission to enhance patient care, provide premier medical education, and foster groundbreaking research, its highly anticipated landmark facility — the Health Futures Center — creates a new, state-of-the-art home for the Mayo Clinic and ASU Alliance for Health Care.
Highlighted in a recent ASU News article, the 150,000 square foot building is designed to support the ongoing intersection between these two healthcare- and education-focused powerhouses. Maintaining an emphasis on collaboration and connection, the Health Futures Center encompasses advanced research space, wet and dry laboratories, and a variety of flexible academic environments to support evolving instruction models and learning styles.
Utilizing cutting-edge medical technology — including advanced simulation equipment — the Health Futures Center supports a robust platform of program types, including medical imaging, regenerative and rehabilitative medicine, nursing education, and more. Richard J. Gray, Vice President of Mayo Clinic and CEO of Mayo Clinic’s Arizona campus, states:
“We are privileged to have the No. 1 university for innovation as our neighbor as we — together — create more opportunities for healthcare discovery.”