The VBC occupies 19,000 square feet of space on the third floor of the Sanders Research and Education Building (CB) on the Health Sciences Campus.
All laboratories, offices, and common equipment areas in this space have been renovated through funding from a $2.5 million Robert W. Woodruff Foundation Grant. Individual laboratories and common equipment areas are equipped with the modern, sophisticated instrumentation required for carrying out a wide variety of experimental protocols.
In addition, the Georgia Research Alliance has established several very useful Core Facilities on the Health Sciences Campus. These include the Molecular Biology Core Facility (DNA and protein sequencing, oligonucleotide and peptide synthesis, gene chip technology), the Transgenic Analysis Core Facility (analysis of transgenically altered animals), the Transgenic and Embryonic Stem Cell Mouse Core Facility (production of transgenic mice), the Histology Core Facility (histological analysis of tissue samples), the Cell Imaging Core Facility (fluorescence, confocal, and multiphoton microscopy), and the Flow Cytometry Core Facility (cell sorting).
These facilities are administered through the MCG's Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine. VBC faculty and staff, like all other Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University faculty and staff, have equal access to the use of these Core Facilities.