Laboratory 509 Renovations,
Alumni Hall


Laboratory 509 is the main laboratory classroom for Thomas Jefferson University. The laboratory is designed to accomodate a variety of uses including course work in diagnostic microbiology, molecular biology, immunity infection and disease, pharmaceutics, neurodevelopment, and microscopic anatomy.

The student stations are fitted with arm mounted monitors and waterproof keyboards for electronic study, as well as connections and sinks for wet laboratory use. The laboratory has a total of 150 student stations arranged in two large groups flanking a central corridor that contains hand wash stations, laboratory storage, and storage for student belongings. A series of movable partitions allow for use as two smaller laboratories.

Photography by Vincent Feldman