The Oscar Rennebohm Foundation today announced a $15 million gift to help build the planned Interdisciplinary Research Complex (IRC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The IRC has a total estimated cost of $133.9 million. The complex will replace outdated research facilities and help unify the Medical School on the west campus. The first phase of the project will consist of a three-story base with a five-story tower adjacent to UW Hospital and Clinics and will include laboratory facilities, offices, an imaging center and animal quarters.
“The IRC will be home to talented, dedicated researchers from many disciplines working together to find solutions to society’s most complex health problems,” says Steven F. Skolaski, president of the Oscar Rennebohm Foundation. “The Rennebohm Foundation is certainly proud to be a partner in this project, which will someday benefit all of us here and people literally around the world. Read More