225 Concord Road
The Watson Life Science Building houses laboratories for instruction and research in biology and psychology. It is linked by the Blanche Knox Parker Garden and covered walkways to the existing Dana Science Building, and the two structures together form the Baker-Watt Science Complex.
The building is named for Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Watson, parents of Bryna Watson, class of 1982.
Laboratories and Facilities:
Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory
Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory
Imaging and Histology Laboratory
Behavioral Testing Laboratory
Animal Care Facilities
Watson is on the north side of the Baker-Watt Science Complex, furthest from Concord Road. Street parking is available off of Concord Road or in visitor parking at Baker Sports Complex.