Burnsides Research Laboratory
The ground breaking of the new Burnsides Research Laboratory was held on November 28, 1961,  with its dedication on June 16, 1963. The inaugural use of the building was to play host to the Lipid Symposium, which ran from June 16-18. The two-story building, designed by Glenn G. Frazier and Associates, is constructed of brick and reinforced concrete with the first two floors dedicated purely to research exploits. The basement houses a cold room, centrifuge, and 4 small-animal rooms. 
The building is named after Ethel Burnsides, a major benefactor  who helped make the $900,000  building a reality. She donated $250,000, while the rest was provided through a National Institute of Health grant.