Multi-Disciplinary Labs (MDL)
Located on the first floor of the Biomedical Sciences Building, the MDLs
consist of six identical classrooms (MDL - 1 through MDL - 6). Each lab
can accommodate approximately 25 students for class sessions and has
locker storage for microscopes and teaching slide collections. In
addition to lab sessions, the MDLs are frequently scheduled for small
group breakout and problem-based learning sessions. The MDLs have
built-in audiovisual equipment including LCD projectors that can display
DVD, VCR or Powerpoint presentations.
Halasz Anatomy Lab
The Halasz Anatomy labs are located directly below the MDLs in the
basement of the Basic Science Building. This space is used for teaching
Anatomy, Organ Physiology, and Basic Neurology. The Halasz laboratories
are also used for Continuing Medical Education lab-based events at UCSD.
There are 3 new labs (B230, B232, and B234) in the basement of the
Biomedical Sciences Building. Located in a corridor parallel to the
Halasz Labs, these labs have room partitions so that the lab can be one,
two or three separate spaces. Equipped with surgical lighting these
labs are used to teach Anatomy and Histology to Pharmacy students as
well as used to hold training sessions for residents and physicians.