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The Center for Neuroregeneration Research is Located in
the Mailman Research Center at McLean Hospital / HMS.


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Contact Person
Ms. Sandra Pohlman
Tel 617-855-3283
Fax 617-855-2522
E-mail: spohlman@mclean.harvard.edu

Mailing Address
Neuroregeneration Laboratories
McLean Hospital, MRC I
115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA 02478

Map of the McLean Hospital Grounds
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Directions

From Logan International Airport
via I90 West (Mass. Turnpike or "Mass Pike")
From Logan Airport, follow the signs to the Ted Williams Tunnel.
Go through the Ted Williams Tunnel (toll before tunnel entrance), the tunnel turns into Rte 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike)
Take Exit 20, the Brighton/Cambridge exit, and go to the right side of the tollbooth following signs for Cambridge. (After you come out of the tunnel it is the first toll.)
After the toll, merge left and turn left onto Storrow Drive (not marked).
The Charles River will be on your right. Move to the middle lane and follow the road to the right for Arlington/Cambridge just after the right exit for Harvard Square.
Go over the Elliot Bridge and merge to the left lane and go straight on Mt. Auburn Street. The Mt. Auburn Hospital will be on your right; you will pass the Mt. Auburn Cemetery ahead on your left.
Bear right onto Belmont Street at the Star Market on the right.
Proceed on Belmont Street for 1.1 miles. At the signal go straight and Belmont Street becomes Trapelo Road.
Proceed on Trapelo Road for 1.4 miles. At the signal bear right on Mill Street. (You will have just passed a Shaw’s market and a Getty Gas Station on the right.)
Travel up the hill and the entrance to the hospital will be on the right at the signal.
From Boston
From Storrow Drive West
The Charles River will be on your right. Move to the middle lane and follow the road to the right for Arlington/Cambridge just after the right exit for Harvard Square.
Go over the Elliot Bridge and merge to left lane and go straight on Mt. Auburn Street. The Mt. Auburn Hospital will be on your right; you will pass the Mt. Auburn Cemetery ahead on your left.
Bear right onto Belmont Street at the Star Market on the right.
Proceed on Belmont Street for 1.1 miles. At the signal go straight and Belmont Street becomes Trapelo Road.
Proceed on Trapelo Road for 1.4 miles. At the signal bear right on Mill Street. (You will have just passed a Shaw’s market and a Getty Gas Station on the right.)
Travel up the hill and the entrance to the hospital will be on the right at the signal.

Public transportation
To reach McLean by subway, take the Red Line to Harvard Station, then take the #73 bus to the end of the line at Waverly Square, Belmont. To reach McLean by commuter rail, take the train to Waverly Square. From Waverly Square, you may either walk to the hospital, approximately 1/2 mile, or wait for the McLean shuttle van at the MBTA bus shelter (sign posted inside van windshield). Call (617) 855-2121 to check shuttle departure and arrival times. Taxi service is available by calling (617) 489-9999 (Yellow Cab) or (617) 484-2000 (Belmont Cab).

Suggested walking route
(The hospital is located approximately 1⁄2 mile up a large hill)
From the bus and rail station at Waverly Square, cross Trapelo Road at the Star Market traffic light. Walk west towards the gas station, cross Pleasant Street and enter the McLean grounds at the gatehouse (located at the corner of Pleasant Street and Trapelo Road). Proceed up the footpath. The hospital buildings are at the top of the hill.


For further information call McLean Hospital at (617) 855-2000.

McLean Hospital
115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA 02478

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