In preparation for the official opening of the Tan Lab, this laboratory in the Rockefeller Research Laboratories underwent a gut renovation starting in December 2002. Everything but the fumehoods was replaced with brand new construction, including countertops, sinks, casework, desks, filing cabinets, and outlets. A new fire-rated wall was also built at the back of the lab to divide the old 14-bench lab into an 8-bench module to accommodate NYC fire codes. The new lab opened for business in March 2003, embarking on the group’s chemical biology research in diversity-oriented synthesis and rational drug design!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

March 7, 2003 — Jae-Sang, Caitie, Sirkka, and Justin enjoy our newly renovated labs!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

January 15, 2003 — The first seven benches are complete!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

January 8, 2003 — Only a few more things left to install!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

January 3, 2003 — It’s starting to look like a chemistry lab!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

January 2, 2003 — We have sinks!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

December 29, 2002 — The shelves and services are falling into place!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

December 18, 2002 — Check out those brand new benchtops!

Lab Renovations, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research

December 12, 2002 — The skeleton of the lab begins to take shape.