The anatomy research space is a purpose built laboratory designed by Dr. Denis Barry to primarily accommodate neuroscience and anatomic research studies. It includes three work benches and two office spaces with ample storage and shelving areas. The laboratory’s generous work space can host up to four researchers. The growing list of experimental facilities include centrifuge, laminar flow cabinet, Brunel video light microscope, gel preparation and electrophoresis rigs, tissue chopper, dissection microscope, chemical cabinet, shaker, stirrers, sinks, pipettes, fridges and freezers, dedicated computers and mobile TRILUX Aurinio LED examination lights. Experimental procedures ongoing within the laboratory include tissue preparation, microdissection, cell culture preparation, immunochemistry, protein measurement, bright field imaging and image analysis. An adjoining reading and meeting room is capable of accommodating four researchers and staff.