Modern Space Inspires Research

Our first research tower, the William Cooper Procter Pavilion, also known as "Location S," features 415,000 square feet of modern basic and clinical research lab space, specifically designed to promote collaboration across disciplines and encourage interactions among basic, translational and clinical investigators.

When the building opened in 2008, it increased our total (and contiguous) research space to nearly 1 million square feet, making Cincinnati Children’s one of the nation’s largest pediatric research facilities. 

Since then, we continue to grow in both square footage and research funding, helping Cincinnati Children's mission to apply discoveries made in the lab to improving the health of children here and throughout the world.