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New Community to
Advance American Biomedicine

Fostering innovation through


FAES supports biomedical research at the NIH with academic programs and services to connect talented trainees as colleagues and scientists. The Community for Biomedical Innovation at NIH creates a hub at NIH where fellows collaborate, access affordable housing, and develop professional relationships to support and enhance their research productivity throughout their future careers.

As an independent nonprofit closely allied with the NIH, FAES is supplying the land and resources to build a new academic community to foster collaboration, creativity, and research among tomorrow's top scientists.



Collaboration Spaces

Green Space

Meeting Spaces

State-of-the-Art Technology


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The FAES Community for Biomedical Innovation at NIH will provide 65 residential units for intramural scientists, a scholar Commons, or central gathering place, for researchers, and a new, state-of-the-art Academic Conference Center.  

Each scholar house will be dedicated to a science luminary - honoring past brilliance to inspire future discoveries, and connecting researchers in their endeavor to advance science and medicine for public health.

For more information, contact:

Real Estate Advisor
Larry Walker
The Walker Group
301-654-0005 x 101
Land Use Attorney
Lerch, Early & Brewer

A Legacy of Discovery

In 1959, 11 NIH scientists founded FAES to expand the horizons and education of NIH trainees. Now FAES is building for the future with resources to attract, train, and connect generations of talented biomedical research scholars at NIH to ease patient suffering and advance public health.

FAES supports the NIH mission of research and training in biomedical science by promoting the productivity and attractiveness of academic life at NIH.