O.T. Hogan

The O.T. Hogan Biological Sciences Building is the eldest of the department’s three buildings, completed in 1967. Based on Netsch Field Theory, its unique geometric architecture features vertical limestone wall panels and aluminum window-wall bands that rotate around the building center.

Hogan houses:

  • Molecular Biosciences Department administrative offices
  • Neurobiology Department administrative offices
  • Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences graduate program
  • The Program in Biological Sciences
  • The Center for Circadian Biology & Medicine
  • The Center for Reproductive Science
  • The Institute for Neuroscience
  • The High Throughput Analysis Laboratory
O.T. Hogan Building on Evanston Campus Interactive Map