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Departments located in this building:
Protein & Nucleic Acid (PAN)
SoM Non-Stanford Affiliate
Molecular and Cellular Physiology
Comparative Medicine Operations
SoM - Senior Associate Dean for Graduate and Postdoctoral Student Education
Bioinformatics Resource Center
Computer Sci Operations
Cell Sciences Imaging Facility
Shared Fluorescence (FACS)
Department of Developmental Biology
Psych/Administrative & Academic Special Programs
Senior Associate Dean Finance & Administration Operations
Howard Hughes Medical Inst
Institute for Immunity, Transplantation, and Infection Operations
WZAU -Microbiology and Immunology Operations
1. Location Tip
The Beckman Center is located at 279 Campus Drive. It is located between CCSR and the Li Ka Shing Center.
The Beckman Center for Molecular and Genetic Medicine seeks to integrate laboratory research with clinical medicine by building bridges between a variety of School of Medicine departments. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, several core facilities, research labs, offices, a café, and the Munzer Auditorium are located within the Beckman Center.
3. Accessible Entrance
The main entrance to the Beckman Center, equipped with a power-operated door, is located on the north side of the building (across from the Edwards building. An additional accessible entrance, also equipped with a power-operated door is located on the east side of the building (across from the Li Ka Shing Center). The elevator is located straight ahead once inside the main entrance and provides access to all floors (G, 1, 2, 3, 4). The Munzer Auditorium and the café are located on the ground floor down the hall to the right once off the elevator.
Wheelchair accessible men's and women's restrooms are centrally located on each floor.
The nearest disabled parking is located in a small parking lot (L-15) to the south of the building. Additional disabled parking is located to the west of the building in L-16, L-18, and Parking Structure 5. The closest Marguerite shuttle stop is located on Campus Drive or on either side of the Medical Center.
6. Points of Interest
While in the area, visit the SIM1 building, which houses the Dale Chihuly Chandelier, Tre Stelle di Lapislazzuli. In addition there are several cafes located throughout the School of Medicine area. For more details, please visit http://www.stanford.edu/dept/visitorinfo/activities/dining.html.
For disability access information about any building not listed in the Campus Access Guide,
please contact the Diversity and Access Office, (650) 725-0326 voice, (650) 723-1216 TTY,
We welcome your feedback about the Mobility Guide and requests for further information.