Greenwood genetics center to be built on the campus of Greenwood University
Greenwood is the newest home for a University of Texas Genetics Center.
The new facility will house a collection of research and medical labs, as well as facilities for the care and education of children with disabilities.
Greenwood’s new facility, located at the corner of Main and North College Avenue, is scheduled to open in late 2019.
The new facility is the brainchild of Dr. Michael D. Gorman, a Greenwood alumna and professor of genetics.
Gorman said he was inspired to build the facility after he and his wife, Michelle, found themselves dealing with some severe medical challenges.
“We were trying to figure out ways to help our children, but we couldn’t,” he said.
“So, we thought, maybe it’s time for us to have a place where we can provide them with a little bit of hope, a little extra help.
I was really inspired by the Greenwood School of Medicine, where the founder, Dr. William L. Greenwood, was the first one to teach his students the basics of genetics.”
Gorman’s goal is to help children with special needs access the world of genetics as a way to help them be healthier, healthier, and happier.
“I’ve always had this vision that if you are a child and you are autistic or have a disability, that you need to be given something to do,” he explained.
Greenberg believes the new facility could be a great resource for children who may have difficulties in learning, or who may be facing special needs, such as hearing, vision, speech, or balance issues.
“Children who need help with their learning and balance, like autistic children, have to be able to get through school,” he added.
In addition to providing educational opportunities, the new Greenwood Genetics Center will also have research facilities that will help students with research-related issues.
Currently, Greenwood’s primary research facility is located at Greenwood Baptist Medical Center in Dallas.
However, the Greenwoods plan is to expand to a new facility in the Austin suburb of Austin.
The new center is expected to have offices, labs, and research facilities on campus, which will provide a lot of research space for students to use.
A new Green Woods Genetics Center is set to open at the intersection of Main Street and North Avenue in Greenwood in 2019.
The Greenwoods have announced plans to expand this location to include a new research facility as well.
This is the second time that a Green Woods genetic center has opened at the same time as a Green Oaks Medical Center.
According to a news release, the first Green Woods genetics center opened in 2007.