Brian DiLuiso has a 20 year history of successfully supporting Harvard University with the design of 200 projects. Harvard’s mission to foster innovation and advance health through clinical education and research shaped the design of these projects. Design services were provided for a range of projects from team based learning and classroom of the future prototypes, to specialized biomedical laboratories and campus mission critical infrastructure modernizations (Brian DiLuiso work while at Winter Street Architects).
Today, E4H's Life Sciences Group continues to team with Harvard University on multiple projects that support the institutions academic research and clinical education programs.
Recent E4H projects include:
- Harvard Medical School - Cell Biology Haigis/Van Vactor Lab Renovation
- Harvard Medical School - Gygi Lab and Office Renovation
- Harvard Medical School - Neurobiology Weitz Lab Relocation
- Harvard Medical School - Electron Microscope Facility Feasibility Study
- Harvard Medical School - Biomedical Informatics distance learning center audio visual system upgrades
- Harvard Medical School - Campus Information Technology upgrades
- Harvard Medical School - Medical education classroom renovations
- Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) - a neuromotor control lab that focuses on understanding human motor learning by combining approaches from robotics, computational modeling, functional brain imaging, and behavioral neuroscience.