Life Sciences Complex

The Life Sciences Complex at McGill’s Faculty of Medicine initially began with the McIntyre Medical Sciences Building and the Stewart Biological Sciences Building. Two state-of-the-art facilities have since been integrated: the Francesco Bellini Life Sciences Building and the Goodman Cancer Research Centre.

The 340,000-square-foot network of buildings houses over a dozen core facilities designed to encourage cross-disciplinary research and interaction. This space is organized to allow the free flow of information between researchers and scientists who work in diverse fields to come together and build on the work of others.