Located on the Boston University School of Medicine campus, the Department of Physiology and Biophysics has faculty laboratories and administrative offices located within the Center for Advanced Biomedical Research and in the School of Medicine.
The Department has extensive facilities and instrumentation for state-of-the-art biophysical and physiological research. These include laboratories for NMR, X-ray diffraction and cryo-crystallography, electron cryo-microscopy and 3-D image reconstruction, micro spectrophotometry, electrophysiology, calorimetry, light and fluorescence microscopy, surface chemistry, and tissue culture.
Supporting this instrumentation, the Department has extensive computing facilities, including excellent graphics capacity.
The medical campus offers a centralized medical-scientific library, animal care facilities, cell and molecular biology facilities, and numerous research laboratories in other basic and clinical departments.