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REACHING NEW HEIGHTS!

Progress on The Tower at STAR continues

REACHING NEW HEIGHTS!

progress on the STAR Tower continues in the New Year

STAR COMPLEX OPEN 8:30AM-5PM

The STAR Health Sciences Complex houses core labs for use by teams of clinical and academic researchers. These shared spaces encourage basic scientists, clinicians, physician scholars, and students to work together conducting interdisciplinary and translational research that changes people’s lives. STAR Health Sciences Complex is adjacent to the University of Delaware’s main campus and directly across the street from the UD Athletics Complex, which boasts a 23,000 seat stadium and the Bob Carpenter Center. The development spans multiple phases through strategic development partner Delle Donne & Associates. Phase I highlights the knowledge and research expertise of the University of Delaware College of Health Sciences. Phase II focuses on industry integration with businesses in areas of University research where companies want to be near our next generation workforce. The STAR Health Sciences Complex is conveniently located along the I-95 corridor between New York and Washington, D.C. with easy access to the interstate. Transit is also expanding with not only University buses providing transportation to the main campus but also through the Newark Regional Transportation Center, which provides services via SEPTA and Amtrak. Construction is underway to improve the current train station and expand services.

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A new direction in healthcare through education and research.

Taking the future of healthcare to new heights by focusing on the science of health and using innovation, research, education, and care to improve health and wellness.

SOME OF OUR TENANTS

Where Smart Science Goes to GrowDTP-incubator space

Delaware Technology Park Incubator Space at STAR offers flexible, state-of-the art incubation space and access to the resources development-stage companies need to drive and accelerate their economic success. The facility opened in 2016 and is located in Newark, Delaware on University of Delaware’s expansive 272-acre STAR Campus. For more information click here 

Independence Prosthetics – Orthotics provides top-quality prosthetic, orthotic and pedorthic (foot orthotic) health care to patients in Delaware and the surrounding Philadelphia area. Our patient-centered approach, staff expertise and experience, highly controlled on-site manufacturing process and leading-edge technology set us apart and make us a dependable partner in your journey to rediscover your potential. For more information click here 
Care Now offers easy access and urgent care from a medical professional every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at most medical aid units in New Castle and Kent Counties as Christiana Care Care Now. Patient registration ends at 7:30 p.m. For more information click here 

 Changing the Face of Energy

Bloom Energy is changing the way the world generates and consumes energy. Our unique on-site power generation systems utilize an innovative new fuel cell energy technology with roots in NASA’s Mars program. For more information click here 

The Digital Infrastructure Company

As more companies pursue digital transformation initiatives, they are looking to dynamic next-generation infrastructure to support their business goals. These environments are infinitely complex and difficult to scale, support and maintain. SevOne provides leading CSPs, MSPs and Enterprises with the most comprehensive technology portfolio that collects, analyzes and visualizes network & infrastructure performance data to deliver actionable insights to compete and win in a connected world. For more information click here

Naming Opportunities

Click below to learn about naming opportunities. For additional information, contact Dean Kathleen S. Matt, Ph.D.

(302) 831-8370

“The STAR Campus is all about engagement—with the community, with the business world, and with our clinical partners—to train the next generation of healthcare professionals and to create the next innovations in healthcare through cutting-edge research.”

Kathleen S. Matt  Dean, College of Health Sciences

STAR HEALTH SCIENCES TIMELINE

  • July 2017

    State and UD Officials celebrate groundbreaking of the Newark Regional Transportation Center.

  • October 2017

    UD Breaks ground on an extensive, national initiative known as the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals. 

  • December 2017

    Chemours breaks ground on the development of its new facility, named the Chemours Discovery Hub, to research . new chemical solutions. 

  • May 2016

    Lauren’s Room is dedicated at the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic during a special ribbon cutting event.

  • October 2016

    STAR Health is rolled out to the surrounding community. STAR Health includes the three clinics as well as expanded clinical offerings including nutrition counseling, health coaching, and exercise counseling. All of the services provide unique learning opportunities for students and many are linked to research studies.

  • October 2016

    Tai Chi classes for Parkinson’s patients are just one example of initiatives that are created and held at STAR as a resource to the surrounding community.

  • October 2016

    Delaware Technology Park opens “Spin In” and incubator space as a part of DTP@STAR.

  • January 2017

    Mental health services are added to the Nurse Managed Primary Care Center.

  • June 27, 2013

    Dean Kathleen Matt views construction progress from the atrium area.

  • July 26, 2013

    Dean Kathy Matt shares the vision for the site with building contractors.

  • September 12, 2013

    Hard hat tours are given to future building tenants and prospective donors.

  • September 12, 2013

    View of Translation Hallway from the 2nd floor.

  • November 11, 2013

    Construction continues for the PT Clinic.

  • November 11, 2013

    Construction on the main reception desk.

  • December 10, 2013

    UD Board of Trustees tours the STAR Health Sciences Complex as a part of their December meeting.

  • December 10, 2013

    UD Board of Trustees sign a special resolution to include in the cornerstone time capsule.

  • January 2014

    The PT Clinic relocates to the STAR Health Sciences Complex and patients benefit from the expanded space.

  • January 2014

    The Nurse Managed Health Center (later renamed to the Nurse Managed Primary Care Center) relocates to the Health Sciences Complex

  • September 2015

    The newly created Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic opens to the public.

  • October 2015

    Independence Prosthetics & Orthotics opens a second office on the STAR Campus.