Campus Facilities and Resources

City of Hope has extensive shared resource facilities, services and equipment, many of which are available to graduate students. These provide investigators with state-of-the-art services and supplies to support both clinical and basic medical research, thus facilitating the transitional research that is integral to the organization’s mission.
The City of Hope campus features the Center for Biomedicine & Genetics (CBG). This 20,000-square-foot facility is the nation’s largest biomanufacturing facility at an academic institution capable of producing FDA-approved biological therapeutics. The CBG features specialized zones for viral and nonviral biologics and cell manipulation.
In addition, the Graff Medical and Scientific Library is available for student use. The library provides a far-ranging catalog of scientific and biomedical journals and online databases, as well as a wide array of services.
Additional information and websites that may be of interest:

About City of Hope - an overview of the institution; background; mission, and history.

Beckman Research Institute - General information about Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope, its mission and history.

Irell & Manella Graduate School of Biological Sciences on Facebook - Get social with current students, alumni, faculty and fans.

Maps and Directions - Driving directions to City of Hope and Beckman Research Institute; a map of the campus.

Postdoctoral Training Office/Postdoctoral Association - The PTO/PDA encourages postdoctoral fellows to interact with each other and with graduate students and provides opportunities for educational, professional and social growth.

Breakthroughs Blog - Recent news and media including many on research and clinical advances.
The Helix Blog  - Blog run by the Irell & Manella Graduate School of Biological Sciences students.