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Building for the Future
of American Biomedicine

Fostering innovation through

community

FAES supports biomedical excellence at the NIH, providing scholars with new opportunities to connect and grow as colleagues and scientists. Government restrictions prevent the NIH from providing housing, a basic need among visiting researchers. That’s where FAES comes in, with a plan designed both to inspire and provide practical solutions to help trainees access and focus on their primary objective - biomedical research.

As a charitable organization closely allied with the NIH, FAES is supplying the land and resources to build an academic community to foster collaboration, creativity, and research.

ACADEMIC FEATURES
CONFERENCE CENTER FEATURES

Housing

Collaborative Spaces

Green Spaces

Meeting Spaces

State-of-the-Art Technology

Classrooms

Learn more about this new

community

The FAES Academic Community at NIH will provide 65 residential units for scientists within 13 co-occupied homes, a commons that researchers can use as a central gathering space, and a new, state-of-the-art Academic Conference Center.  

Relationships built on the trust that comes from collaboration will last a lifetime — benefiting not only the researchers, but also the scientific community, and ultimately, the public.

For more information, contact:

Real Estate Advisor
Larry Walker
The Walker Group
301-654-0005 x 101
Land Use Attorney
Lerch, Early & Brewer
301-986-1300

A Legacy of Discovery

In 1959, 11 NIH scientists founded FAES to expand the horizons and education of NIH trainees. FAES supports the NIH mission of research and training in the biomedical sciences by promoting the productivity and attractiveness of academic life at the NIH.