How to get to the Gene Regulation and Chromosome Biology Laboratory
Thomas D. Schneider, Ph.D. National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute Gene Regulation and Chromosome Biology Laboratory Molecular Information Theory Group Frederick, Maryland 21702-1201 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com (permanent) http://alum.mit.edu/www/toms (permanent) 301-846-5581 (Note: Please only use the schneidt email address unless it bounces.) short address form: Tom Schneider NCI-Frederick Bldg 539. Room 129A P.O. Box B Frederick, MD 21702-1201
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If you drive, you can come up the route 270 spur from Washington D.C to Frederic, or along route 70 from Baltimore.
The time to get from Dulles International Airport to Frederick is about 40 minutes. After leaving the airport on its access road there are two ways to get here from Dulles. One is to go to the Washington Beltway and then north on route 270 (an hour). The other is to take route 28 north, route 7 east, route 15 north and then route 340 (about 40 minutes). When you reach Frederick, you turn north onto route 15 and follow the instructions below.
Here is a map of the Frederick-Baltimore-DC area:
1. Johns Hopkins University 5. Dulles International Airport 2. BWI Airport 6. Georgetown University 3. University of Maryland 7. George Washington University 4. NIH and Bethesda Naval 8. Washington National Airport Medical Center 9. FCRDC
Starting from from DC,
Once you are at the NIH campus you can walk to building 45, 31 or 10. You can also take the Bethesda campus shuttle.
From one of those buildings, take the NCI-Frederick/NIH Daily Shuttle Service to get to the Frederick campus. Note the times!
Once you are on the NCI-Frederick campus, you will be at building 426.
You will be at building 426, where you can be picked up.
Frederick, Washington and Baltimore form an equilateral triangle:
Frederick - Baltimore \ / WashingtonSo the weather reports for Baltimore and Washington give an approximate picture of our hot, wet, and muggy situation.
origin before: 1996 April 9
updated: 2013 May 01