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Hans Rosling Center for Population Health featured in Metropolis

Source: Metropolis

4-14-2021 | News

At the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle, which has emerged as a leader in global health data during the pandemic, the new Hans Rosling Center for Population Health is poised to become an epicenter of lifesaving research.

“This project was about planting a flag in the sand, announcing Seattle as the center of gravity for research and innovation around population health,” says Ruth Baleiko, partner at the Miller Hull Partnership, which designed the 290,000-square-foot building.

The firm’s design for the center was driven by the belief that interdisciplinary collaboration is key to solving global health challenges, bringing together several departments and institutes that focus on health issues.