Graham preferred for £100m health research centre

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The new 58,000 square-foot multidisciplinary hub is part of the university’s new campus in White City, west London. Graham will fit out all levels of the building, apart from the top floor, which is shell-and-core only, a statement on the appointment said.

Imperial College London dean of the Faculty of Medicine Professor Jonathan Weber said: “The development of an innovative and interconnected School of Public Health at the college’s White City campus will allow our researchers to pioneer approaches to society’s most pressing healthcare challenges.”

He added: “They will use the power of data and technology to gain insight into some of the most complex issues in population health and develop evidence-based solutions to major public health challenges that affect communities here in the UK and around the world.”

Construction will take place over a two-year programme with completion expected in the spring of 2023, the statement added.

 

The project was the subject of a £100m fundraising campaign launched in 2018.

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