Sbarro Health Research Opens New Philly Lab Space | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Sbarro Health Research Organization, a non-profit cancer genetics institute, yesterday dedicated a new biotech research center on the campus of Temple University in Philadelphia.

The SHRO genetic translational research center includes 20,000 square feet of wet and dry labs, offices, a medical library, and workspaces for visiting scientists, and is located at Temple's Biology-Life Sciences Building.

SHRO expects to add 20 new research positions to its 60 researchers and 10 administrative staff members.

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