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Laird Center for Medical Research

Tour the Laird Center

The Laird Center for Medical Research is a 162,000 square foot complex located on the Marshfield Clinic campus in Marshfield, WI. The Laird Center for Medical Research is named after Melvin R. Laird, a Marshfield native, nine-term U.S. Representative, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, and contributor to the improvement of health care worldwide.

a view of the Laird Center for Medical Research

Housed within the Laird Center for Medical Research:

The Laird Center for Medical Research also houses the George E. Magnin Medical Library, the Robert Froehlke Conference Center, the Erdman Lobby, a Replica of Melvin R. Laird's office and personal collections.

The Center was originally dedicated in September, 1997. A second building was added in October, 2008. Read more about the history of The Laird Center for Medical Research

Download the Laird Center for Medical Research 2008 Expansion Tour Guide PDF (903KB)

 

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