Great institutions are constantly changing and adapting.  And that includes us. Joslin is transforming to meet the future of diabetes research and care and the very different modern space requirements to meet those needs.  Joslin moved from 81 Bay State Road to the Baker clinic – then to Deaconess Hospital – then to One Joslin Place and our current home. Now, Joslin is on the move again.  

In early 2025, Joslin’s basic science research labs will be relocated to state-of-the-art space at the Center for Life Sciences. The proximity to Harvard Medical School and the diverse community of research colleagues in the building will be a catalyst for innovation and collaboration.

In 2026, our clinics will move into specially designed space on the first and second floors of the Shapiro Building on the East Campus of BIDMC.  This location has ready access to an onsite pharmacy, lab and parking and is also connected by an internal walkway to the Center for Life Sciences, reinforcing our intention to remain a vibrant and cohesive Joslin community.

We are excited about what the future will bring. Joslin is indeed on the move – accelerating our efforts in research, prevention and treatment. Our footprint is changing but what will never change is our mission – a world without diabetes and its complications.