Bogyo Laboratory

Stanford University

Bogyo Laboratory

Proteases play key roles in the regulation of normal and pathological processes ranging from cell division to invasion of a host cell by a pathogen. Work in the Dr. Matthew Bogyo Lab (Department of Pathology, School of Medicine) is focused on the use of chemistry to study the role of proteases in human disease, particularly in tumors as well as understanding the role of cysteine proteases in tumorgenesis and also in the life cycle of the human parasites, Plasmodium falciparum and Toxoplasma gondii.

Gordon Prill provided construction documents for new lab, including lab casework, fume hood and process gases, power and communication infrastructure and new air conditioning and ventilation to support lab activities.

All work was done per OSHPD regulations.




Stanford, CA


Architectural Design, MEP Engineering