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HSCR moves to Addison House on Guy's Campus

Posted on 21/09/2015

The Division of Health and Social Care Research has relocated to new offices in Addison House on the Guy’s Campus. We can be found on Floors 3 to 7 of the building.

Hodgkin Building Guys Campus

The move is the culmination of a redevelopment of the building and provides new office spaces, a suite of meeting rooms, and a rooftop seminar room and socialising space with superb views of London.

The new working environment will bring a greater integration across our departments and research groups, encouraging trans-disciplinary collaborations to maximise impact.

New address:

Division of Health and Social Care Research
Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine 
King’s College London
5th Floor Addison House
Guy’s Campus
London SE1 1UL

All phone numbers will remain the same: how to contact us.

We can be found at ‘K’ on the Guy’s Camus map. Entry is via Henriette Raphael House ('E' on the map).

 Guy's Campus map 2016-22 Addison House

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