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We have our laboratory located in fourĀ  different buildings: 1) Armenise and Warren Alpert Buildings (210-200 Longwood Avenue; Harvard Medical School Tetrangle); and satellite locations: 2) Center for Life Sciences, 3 Blackfan Circle, 3rd Floor, room 3034; 3) New Research Building , HCCM, NRB 0044 “IVIS” room-molecular imager.

Below are directions to Longwood Avenue location.

By Car

From North of Boston
Via I-93, the Tobin Bridge (Route 1), Route 28
Get off at Storrow Drive Exit.
Follow Storrow Drive Westbound.
Continue for about 1.5 miles.
Take exit to the left marked "Fenway/Kenmore," staying in far left lane.
At lights, bear right onto Boylston St.
At third set of lights, bear left onto Brookline Ave.
At third set of lights, turn left onto Longwood Ave.

From Logan Airport
Follow signs to Sumner Tunnel.
Bear left onto I-93 North as you exit tunnel.
Go half a mile to exit for Storrow Drive.
Follow Storrow Drive Westbound.
Continue for about 1.5 miles.
Take exit to the left marked "Fenway/Kenmore," staying in far left lane.
At lights, bear right onto Boylston St.
At third set of lights, bear left onto Brookline Ave.
At third set of lights, turn left onto Longwood Ave.

From South of Boston
Via Southeast Expressway (I-93, Route 3 North)
Take exit 18 " Massachusetts Ave. Roxbury."
After exiting, follow signs to Massachusetts Ave.
At the Massachusetts Ave. intersection, continue straight onto Melnea Cass Blvd.
Continue for 0.9 miles to seventh light, turning left onto Tremont St.
At first intersection (Boston Police Station on the corner), turn right onto Ruggles St.
At third light, turn left onto Huntington Ave.
After passing the Massachusetts College of Art, take a right onto Longwood Ave.

From West of Boston
Via the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90)
Take exit 22 "Copley Square/Prudential Center"
Bear left toward Prudential.
Continue straight onto Huntington Ave.
Follow for 1.3 miles.
After passing the Massachusetts College of Art, take a right onto Longwood Ave.

Via Route 9
At the traffic light for Brookline Ave. (large intersection with gas station on left and Brook House apartments on right), turn left onto Brookline Ave.
At fifth light, turn right onto Longwood Ave.
If you miss the turn onto Brookline you may continue on Route 9 ( Huntington Ave.) and eventually take a left onto Longwood Ave.

By Subway

Riverside (D Line) (12 minute walk from subway station)
Get off the Longwood stop.
Walk up the hill ( Chapel St.) and turn left onto Longwood Ave.

Heath Street (E Line) (5 minute walk from subway station)
Get off at the Brigham Circle stop.
Cross Huntington Ave and walk up Longwood Ave., 200 Longwood is on the left.

By Bus

#60 Kenmore Square/Chestnut Hill
#65 Kenmore Square/Brighton Center
Bus stop for Nos. 60,65: Corner of Brookline Ave./Longwood Ave. across from CVS Pharmacy.
Walk one block down Longwood Avenue.

#8 Harbor Point-UMass/Kenmore Square
#47 Broadway Station/Kenmore Square
#CT2 Kendall Square/Ruggles Station
#CT3 Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Andrews Station
Bus stop for Nos. 8,47,CT2,CT3: Corner of Longwood Ave./Binney St., in front of Harvard Cooperative Society.

#39 Back Bay/Forest Hills
Bus stop: Corner of Huntington Ave./Longwood Ave.
Walk up Longwood Ave., passing Harvard Medical School and Children's Hospital.

#66 Harvard Square / Dudley Station
Bus stop: Brigham Circle.
Walk up Francis St., passing Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Take a right onto Binney Street.
Take a right onto Longwood Avenue.

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