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Inside Terasaki Life Sciences Building: North Tower 75 places

The Terasaki Life Sciences Builing is divided into the North and West Towers and has no lecture halls, only laboratories and office space. It is named for Paul Terasaki, a UCLA Professor Emeritus of Sugery as well as a pioneer in organ transplantation. Prior to the building's opening, Terasaki also made a $50 million gift to Life Sciences, the largest to the department in UCLA's history.