Building 521 - Academic Core
There are five research laboratories next to the division's main office area on the fourth floor of the School of Medicine. These laboratories occupy approximately 3,300 square feet.
Building 500 - Nora Eccles Harrison Cardiovascular Research and Training Institute
The CVRTI is a Medical Center facility supporting research of 18 faculty in a 27,000 square foot cluster of buildings within a few hundred yards of University Hospital. The institute's five programs are focused on cardiac electrophysiology including molecular structure and function of ion channels, cellular electrophysiology, 3D mapping of cardiac potential fields, and cardiovascular pharmacology. Included in the institute are shared computing and electronics facilities and a new dynamic confocal imaging laboratory.
Building 533 - Eccles/Hughes Human Genetics
Five divisional faculty members are included in the Program in Human Molecular Biology and Genetics. Their laboratories in the Eccles Institute of Human Genetics building occupy about 4,800 square feet. These investigators have access to extensive shared space and facilities.
Veterans Affairs Medical Center - 500 Foothill Drive, Building 7
The Cardiovascular Medicine Division operates 1,500 square feet of laboratory space where studies of arrhythmias and cellular electrophysiology are performed.
Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute - 5169 South Cottonwood Street
The Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute is home to 92 inpatient beds in their acute cardiovascular, thoracic intensive care, and coronary intensive care units. The cardiovascular and electrophysiology lab has 8 procedure rooms adjacent to 24 outpatient recovery beds. There are two hybrid rooms that combine both OR and cath lab technology, in addition to four dedicated cardiothoracic operating rooms.
The Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute's services are organized into nine highly-specialized programs, each targeted to specific forms of heart disease, including structural heart and catheter-based therapies, heart failure, and heart rhythm disorder.
Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute's genetic research lab is home to one of the world’s largest cardiovascular DNA and plasma banks, complimented by a registry of patient records and medical outcomes.