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All study visits will take place in the GCRC Clinic, which is located on third floor of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Carnegie Building. The GCRC clinic is located behind the Moore Clinic. Directions to GCRC Clinic

Driving Directions

From Annapolis and Maryland's Eastern Shore

From Route 50, take I-97 toward Baltimore and follow I-97 to the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) toward Towson.

Take the Beltway to the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (I-295) North.

Follow I-295 into Baltimore (it becomes Russell Street). Turn right on Pratt Street.

Stay on Pratt from 1.4 mile to Broadway; turn left on Broadway.

Take Broadway to Monument St.

Turn right onto Monument St to the third stop light (Washington St.)

Turn left onto Washington St., the garage is immediately to your right.

After you've parked, walk back down Monument St. 1 block to Wolfe St. Cross Wolfe St. (stay on the left side) and you will see an entrance on the left half-way down the block. There’s usually a hot dog vendor there but she may not have set up at 8AM. (it's not a fancy, official looking entrance). Directions to GCRC Clinic


Directions to Johns Hopkins Hospital from York PA

Take 83 South towards Baltimore. You will be briefly on the Baltimore beltway (695) (about ¼ mile) and then will get off at the first exit which will feed you onto 83 South again.


Take the 83 South to Exit 3 (Guilford Ave).

Take exit 3 - Guilford Ave to the second stop light (Center Street).

Turn left onto Center St. (This will take you under the highway). The road kind of snakes around (stay in the center lane) and feeds into East Monument St. (it's slightly to the right).

Follow Monument St. for almost 1 mile (you will pass the hospital) until you come to Washington St. Turn left onto Washington St., the garage is immediately to your right.

After you've parked, walk back down Monument St. 1 block to Wolfe St. Cross Wolfe St. (stay on the left side) and you will see an entrance on the left half-way down the block. There’s usually a hot dog vendor there but she may not have set up at 8AM. (it's not a fancy, official looking entrance). Directions to the GCRC Clinic

From Washington, D.C. and Virginia and the I-95 access at Baltimore-Washington International Airport:

Take I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North) into Baltimore. (Note: Do not take the Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. fork of the exit).

Turn right at Pratt Street (by Baltimore Convention Center).

Stay on Pratt for 1.4 miles to Broadway; turn left on Broadway.

Take Broadway to Monument St.

Turn right onto Monument St.

Stay on Moument St. to the third stop light which is Washington St.

Turn left onto Washington St., the garage is immediately to your right

After you've parked, walk back down Monument St. 1 block to Wolfe St. Cross Wolfe St. (stay on the left side) and you will see an entrance on the left half-way down the block. There’s usually a hot dog vendor there but she may not have set up at 8AM. (it's not a fancy, official looking entrance). Directions to the GCRC Clinic

Directions to the General Clinical Research Center – 3rd Floor Carnegie Building

Ask the security guards to direct you to the Carnegie Building Elevators. Take the Carnegie elevators to the 3rd floor. Upon exiting the elevators, turn right; you will see double glass doors leading into a clinic. Go through those doors, past the first waiting room, all the way to the end of the hallway where you will find the waiting room for the General Clinical Research Center (GCRC). Please call if you get lost!


Please call Linda's office (410) 614-7796 or cell phone (410) 948-1257 if you have any questions! Thanks.

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Mass Transit


Metro Subway


Johns Hopkins Hospital has its own stop on the Baltimore Metro Subway Line. For schedules and a map, visit the Maryland Transit Administration website

Buses

Maryland Transit Administration


If you have any questions regarding the study, please email or call

Linda Apuzzo (410) 614-7796 or

Hejab Imteyaz (410) 502-8053

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