The Fralin Life Science Institute is an interdisciplinary research center that bring scientists from different disciplines together to solve some of biology's more complex challenges.
The Fralin Life Science Institute bears the name of Horace Grover Fralin, Class of 1948, who co-founded Fralin and Waldron, a progressive real estate development company in Roanoke, Va. He helped revitalize downtown Roanoke and was a member of the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors, a founding member of the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, president of the Virginia Tech Foundation, and the 1992 recipient of Tech's William H. Ruffner Medal.
Address: 360 West Campus Drive | Map Grid: L-7
Originally Built: 1995 | Abbreviation: FRALN
Latitude: 37.22411 | Longitude: -80.42349