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.
Four floors; 44,324 square feet. Find a public access defibrillator in the main lobby.
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