Durham Research Center

The DRC is 289,000 square feet, has 10 levels, 117 research laboratories, a 319-seat auditorium, 3 classrooms and 15 conference/seminar rooms. This research tower employs 350 staff members, including 80 principal investigators, who bring in a combined $ 101.8 million in research funding. and will enable UNMC to enhance its research in a number of areas, including cancer, cardiovascular diseases, neurosciences, transplantation biology, genetics, and eye research.

Durham Research Center 1, S 45th St, Omaha, NE

Website

unmc.edu

Upcoming Events

Pathology and Microbiology & IPID Graduate Student Research Seminar

Logan Bulock, PhD Graduate Student Advisor: Dr. Ken Bayles “Determining the role of metabolic heterogeneity during Staphylococcus aureus biofilm development.”

3/28 9am
Panel: Scientific Rigor & Reproducibility

The new National Institutes of Health (NIH) guidelines covering rigor and reproducibility have been in effect for a year now, yet researchers are still...

3/28 4pm
Cellular & Integrative Physiology Forum-Dr John Dickinson

"Autophagy regulates DUOX1-mediated superoxide production in airway epithelial cells during chronic IL-13 stimulation" John Dickinson, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant...

3/31 11am
Department Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Michel Ouellette, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Internal Med GI UNMC

4/3 12pm
Pathology and Microbiology & IPID Graduate Student Research Seminar

Anna Staudacher, PhD Graduate Student Advisor: Dr. Tammy Kielian

4/4 9am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Salma Elhag

Salma Elhag left a positive review 12/18/2016

It served its purpose perfectly. Full of useful information

Salma Elhag

Salma Elhag left a review 9/27/2016

didn't attend

Salma Elhag

Salma Elhag left a positive review 9/6/2016

it was great presentation and very informative

Chaojun Wang

Chaojun Wang left a positive review 10/21/2015

Interesting! Many new things and innovation!

Chaojun Wang

Chaojun Wang left a positive review 10/20/2015

It helps me a lot about scientific writing

Karen Brungardt

Karen Brungardt left a review 10/18/2015

This needs to be held in a bigger area,seemed a little small for all the traffic there was. A little intimidating.

James Landmark

James Landmark left a positive review 10/8/2015

Dr. Plumb gave an instructive overview of the modalities available to treat chronic renal failure: in-center hemodialysis, home hemodialysis and home peritoneal dialysis—comparing costs, complications and benefits. It was presented clearly and was well worth the time.

Anyun Ma

Anyun Ma left a positive review 10/8/2015

Great

Chaojun Wang

Chaojun Wang left a positive review 10/4/2015

That was interesting and the professor gave a good speech!

Megan Thacker

Megan Thacker left a positive review 6/23/2015

As an undergraduate SURP student I was exposed to the dissertation process and greatly enjoyed the presentation! It was coherent, linear in fashion, and understandable.