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Piedmont Triad Research Park

The Center for Structural Biology is an interdisciplinary organization that combines research and educational resources from WFU Health Sciences and Wake Forest School of Medicine, the WFU Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the Undergraduate School of Arts & Sciences. It is based at Wake Forest Biotech Place in Piedmont Triad Research Park in downtown Winston-Salem.

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