About the Lab
Northwestern’s new research facility is located on the 9th floor of the Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center, on the Feinberg School of Medicine’s
Chicago campus. The Drucker Lab addresses the long-term needs of the university for generic research space for the Division of Infectious Diseases.
It provides work areas for contemporary proteomic and genomic technologies targeted for research of infectious diseases. State-of-the-art core facilities, which contain the most advanced equipment available, include a 2,000 ft2 BSL-3 suite, several Tissue Culture labs, a Flow Cytometer room, Confocal Microscopy, Central Prep Lab and an Analytical Lab.
Dr. Wolinsky and approximately 80 other research personnel moved into their new labs in the spring of 2008 and are currently conducting research on AIDS, hepatitis, and other related infectious diseases.