Ellis-Davies lab

"Progress in science depends on new techniques, new discoveries and new ideas, probably in that order." Sydney Brenner

The Ellis-Davies lab develops new optical techniques that open novel avenues of scientific investigation.

The laboratory is in The Department of Neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, USA. We are on the 22nd floor of the Annenberg Building, in rooms 230 and 053. Entrances to Annenberg are through the Guggenheim Pavilion atrium, these are between 98th & 101st Streets on either 5th Ave (Central Park side) or Madison Avenue.

During an interview about the the great Philadelphian Louis Kahn, the famous American architect IM Pei, the designer of Mount Sinai's Guggenheim Pavilion, discusses the importance of quality in a honest and inspiring way.