The MCA Foundation will break ground on a $30 million research building in 2014. It will be named the Cardwell Collaborative and will incubate the region's most exciting biomedical innovations.
This rendering depicts what the MCA campus could look like 50 years from now. The 440-acre campus is located at the junction of Interstate 10 and U.S. Highway 54. It is central to an international biomedical community known as the Medical Center of the Americas.
The Paso del Norte region has come together in an unprecedented manner to create a unified community research agenda. The purpose is to catapult our life sciences community beyond what more experienced communities have been able to do in more extended time frames.