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Building work at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology has finished, providing a new third floor that houses additional meeting and collaboration space for data science and offices for the management of clinical trials.

The front entrance to the Kennedy building © David Fisher
The completed roof extension provides additional 'dry lab' space for data scientists

"We are delighted to be welcoming our staff and students to the new roof extension. It provides much needed space for writing and collaborative work, and will ensure we can deliver on our mission to expand our data-driven research across inflammatory and degenerative disease."

- Professor Fiona Powrie, Director of the Kennedy Institute 

Let us take you on a tour of our new third floor roof terrace.

Read more about the extension and the strategic plans of the Kennedy. 

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