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Dorothy E. Combs Cancer Research Building

744 Rose Street

Who's Here:

Twenty-five primary research laboratories dedicated to cancer research, including core facilities for high field NMR, DNA sequencing, protein sequencing, peptide synthesis, and oligonucleotide synthesis.

Accessible Entries:

There are automatic doors on the south side, facing the hospital courtyard.

Parking:

There are two van accessible parking spots in the Markey Cancer Center parking lot located on the north side of the Whitney-Hendrickson Cancer Facility for Women on Huguellette Drive. There is also a drop-off loop located off Rose Street on Hospital Drive (which is behind the Ben F. Roach Cancer Care Facility on the north side of the hospital).

Exterior Access Route:

From the Markey Cancer Center parking lot there is a ramp that leads to automatic doors into the Whitney-Hendrickson Cancer Facility. Proceed through this building into a courtyard. Travel around the Combs Building to the automatic doors on the south side. From the drop-off loop, proceed to the automatic entrance on the south side.

Interior Access Route:

The south side entrance opens into the main lobby/atrium. All three floors are accessible via the elevator. There are automatic doors at the end of the corridors.

Rest Rooms:

Rest rooms on all floors are accessible. Some are handle operated, while some are knob operated. First floor rest rooms are located just off of the lobby/atrium at the end of the corridors.

Elevators:

There is an elevator located in the main lobby/atrium.

For Assistance:

Call in advance at 859-257-4500 or inquire in room 132 on the first floor of the Whitney-Hendrickson Cancer Facility for Women.

Other Notable Aspects:

The Dorothy E. Combs Cancer Research Building is part of the Markey Cancer Center, along with the Whitney-Hendrickson Cancer Facility for Women, the Davis-Mills Center (MRISC) and the Ben F. Roach Cancer Care Facility.

Picture of the entrance to the Dorothy E. Combs Cancer Research Building.
 

For general questions about the UK campus, contact Public Relations.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the accessibility map, contact: Jerry Weisenfluh, Kentucky Geological Survey.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the Building Information Pages, contact: Bethany Overfield, Kentucky Geological Survey.

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