‘The MDC North Campus’ to open in 2019

The MDC, a public health agency that works with colleges and universities, announced Thursday that it has opened its first facility in North Campus, in the city’s south end.

The Mdc North Campus is located just off of Third Avenue, near the intersection of West 27th Street and West 46th Street, and will house the first of several clinical research labs for the MDC.

The facility is expected to be operational in the spring of 2019.

According to a press release from the Mdc, the MDSC will “provide an unparalleled environment for students, faculty and staff to collaborate on important research and development initiatives.”

It will also work with local business owners to build the campus.

The announcement comes on the heels of a recent announcement that the MDA will open its first clinical research facility in the country.

The MDSc opened its clinical research center at the University of Chicago Medical Center in 2016.

MDC President and CEO Pauline Zentner said that the announcement is a testament to the importance of public health in the 21st century, and how our collaborative relationship with colleges, universities and business will be expanded in the future.

“As we grow, so will our work,” Zentners statement read.

“The MDA is proud to join our community of health partners at the MCCC in making this announcement.”

In its press release, the Department of Public Health said that MDC has already been working with local businesses and community groups to help create a research community on the campus that will foster collaboration and support.

“Our research community will be a focal point for collaboration, collaboration, and collaboration,” the MCDc said.

“This will allow us to further explore our research priorities with the support of community organizations and employers in a way that promotes a collaborative environment and supports the growth of our research community.”

The MCDC and MDC have worked together on several projects including a clinical trial to assess the safety of an injectable immunotherapy drug.

The MCDC is also working with the University Health System, which has been providing a clinical training center for MDC faculty and medical students.

This story has been updated to clarify that the department has already opened its research center.