Brain Research Foundation

The University of Chicago Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the 1953 Discovery of REM Sleep by Eugene Aserinsky, PhD, and Nathan Kleitman, PhD, at the University of Chicago Presented by the Brain Research Foundation

Location: 4F, W4 near T Corridor
Arthur Rubloff Intensive Care Tower

The Arthur Rubloff Intensive Care Tower was completed in 1983. The tower, part of the Bernard Mitchell Hospital, initially housed adult intensive care units for several areas.

The Arthur Rubloff Intensive Care Tower is named in honor of real estate developer and philanthropist Arthur Rubloff. Arthur served on the Division of the Biological Sciences and Pritzker School of Medicine Advisory Council at the University of Chicago.

Additionally, this sign was previously displayed in The Neuroscience Institute.

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