November 8, 2004

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On hand to celebrate the opening of Yerkes' new $27 million Neuroscience Research Facility, Oct. 28, are (from left to right): Michael Johns, executive vice president for health affairs; President Jim Wagner, Yerkes Director Stuart Aola; School of Medicine Dean Thomas Lawley; Michael Cassidy, president and chief executive officer of the Georgia Research Alliance; and Tom Gordon, associate director for scientific programs at Yerkes.

Yerkes cuts ribbon to neuroscience building

The Nueuroscience Research Facility at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center was dedicated Thursday, Oct. 28. Around 200 people, including Emory administrators, trustees and representatives from the Georgia Research Alliance, braved a late aftenoon shower to celebrate the opening of Emory's newest tool to foster further discoveries to improve human health.

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