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Duncan NRI Conference Reservations

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The NRI conference reservation form is currently unavailable. Please e-mail nrireservations@texaschildrens.org directly for inquiries.

Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Foundation Conference Center

The Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Foundation Conference Center is located on the 7th floor of the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children's Hospital. 

With approximately 19,000 square feet of space, and state-of-the-art technology, the conference center is suitable for meetings, workshops, symposia, and other academic or healthcare-related events. In the heart of the conference center is the auditorium with 386 seats, a 25' x 14' LED video wall, and a balcony with additional ad hoc seating for 30. The conference center includes two large boardroom-style conference rooms, a large classroom with flexible seating, and lounge and reception areas. There is also a catering kitchen, designed as prep and storage space for event refreshments or meals (not a cooking area), adjacent to the freight elevators. To learn more about the conference center, or to request a reservation, please follow the links below.

To request a tour, please email nrireservations@texaschildrens.org

Please note: Maximum Occupancy for the Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Foundation Conference Center have been reduced as follows:

  • NRI – Wilsey Conference Room N.0700.20 – Capacity: 12
  • NRI - Large Conference room N.0725.01 – Capacity: 44
  • NRI – Hamill Conference Room N.0725.05  - Capacity: 30
  • NRI -  Lounge (N.0725.10) – Capacity: 80
  • NRI – Huda Zoghbi Education Classroom N.0725.20 – Capacity: 60
  • NRI – Blue Bird Circle Auditorium N.0750.00  - Capacity: 386

** Please note :  Mask must be worn at all times **


Image Gallery

  • Blue Bird Circle Auditorium (1,2,3,4)
  • Huda Zoghbi Education Classroom (1,2)
  • Hamil Foundation Conference Room (1,2)
  • Large Conference Room (1,2)
  • Reception Area (1,2)

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