Contact

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Contact information for various neuroscience and university administrators is listed in the tables below. Directions to the neuroscience program office are located at the bottom of the page. If you don't find the person you need in those tables, or if you aren't sure who to contact about something, try our registrar, Carol Russo:

carol.russo@yale.edu
Yale University Neuroscience Program
SHM L-200, P.O. Box 208074
New Haven, CT 06520-8074
Phone: 203-785-5932
Fax: 203-785-5971

PositionNameOffice LocationCampus Phone #Campus Fax #
INP Co-DirectorHaig KeshishianKBT 640203-432-3478203-432-6161
INP Co-DirectorCharles GreerFMB 412203-785-4034203-737-2159
Neurobiology DGSMichael CrairSHM B-301203-785-5768203-785-5263
Admissions DirectorCharles GreerFMB 412203-785-4034203-737-2159
Student Services OfficerCarol RussoSHM L-200203-785-5932203-785-5971
Neurobiology Main OfficeSHM C-303203-785-4323203-785-5263

PositionNameOffice LocationCampus Phone #Campus Fax #
DeanSusan HockfieldHGS 112203-432-2733203-432-2442
Assistant to DeanDiane HoveyHGS 112203-432-2789
Associate DeanRichard SleightHGS 2678203-432-2744203-432-7765
Assistant to Associate DeanPat CabralHGS 2678203-432-2744
Deputy Provost, Biomedical SciencesStephanie SpanglerHGS 117203-432-4446
Admissions OfficeHGS 105203-432-2739
RegistrarBarry Kane246 Church St.203-432-2336
Graduate RegistrarMarge MattsonHGS 139203-432-2743
Financial Aid OfficeAlice OliverHGS 125203-432-2777
Information OfficeHGS 139203-432-2777
McDougal CenterLisa BrandesHGS 122203-432-8337

PositionNameOffice LocationCampus Phone #Campus Fax #
DirectorIra MellmanSHM C-439203-785-5058203-785-7226
Administrative DirectorJohn AlvaroSHM L-200203-785-3735203-785-3734

PositionNameOffice LocationCampus Phone #Campus Fax #
DirectorJames JamiesonSHM C-237203-785-4313203-785-7446
Program CoordinatorMarybeth BrandiESH 213203-785-4403203-785-3234

PositionNameOffice LocationCampus Phone #
Campus PolicePhelps Gate203-432-4400
Night Security Transit Service (6:00 PM - 7:00 AM)203-432-6330
University Housing Department155 Whitney Avenue
Off-Campus Listings203-432-9756
Graduate Apartments Manager203-432-8270
Graduate Dormitories Manager203-432-2167
Helen Hadley Hall203-432-2167
Yale University Health Services17 Hillhouse Avenue
Info and Emergencies203-432-0123
Member Services203-432-0246
Pharmacy203-432-0033
Mental Hygiene203-432-0290
Infirmary203-432-0001
International Center442 Temple Street203-432-6460
Office of Foreign Students and Scholars246 Church Street, 2nd floor203-432-2305
Office for Women in MedicineSHM L-202203-785-4860
Kline Science LibraryKBT C8203-432-3439
Medical LibrarySHM, 1st floor203-785-5354
Audio Visual Department (North Campus)59 High Street203-432-2650
Communications Media (Medical School)SHM IE 96203-785-2647
Academic Computing (School of Medicine)203-785-5181
Yale Bookstore (North Campus)44 York Street203-772-2081
Yale Telephone Directory (North Campus)203-432-4771
Yale Telephone Directory (School of Medicine)203-772-2081

PositionPhone #
New Haven Infoline203-624-4143
New Haven Public Library203-787-8130
Tweed-New Haven Airport203-787-8285
Connecticut Limousine800-472-5466
203-878-2222
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory516-367-8346
Marine Biological Laboratory508-548-3705
Society for Neuroscience202-462-6688

The Neuroscience Program office is located on the 2nd floor (room L-200), above the central rotunda in the Yale University School of Medicine Building, 333 Cedar Street, New Haven, Connecticut.

From downtown New Haven

From the New Haven Green, go south on College Street. Cross the bridge which overpasses the highway (Route 34 Connector). College Street then merges with Congress Avenue; bear right. Take the first right onto Cedar Street. The School of Medicine is halfway down the block on your right.

Driving to New Haven

I-95 from East and West: Take Exit 47 - Downtown New Haven. Take Rt. 34 Connector, merge into left lane of the Connector. Air Rights Parking Facility at end of Connector, left-hand entrance. (Fee charged to park in garage.)

I-91 from North: Take Exit 1 - Downtown New Haven. Take Rt. 34 Connector, remain in left lane of the Connector. Air Rights Parking Facility is at end of Connector, left-hand entrance. (Fee charged to park in garage.)

Wilbur Cross Parkway from North: Take Exit 61 onto Whitney Avenue through New Haven. Right on Chapel Street and left on College Street. Right onto North Frontage Road; follow signs to Air Rights Parking Facility entrance. (Fee charged to park in garage.)

Route 1 from West via Davenport Avenue: Left on Howard Avenue, 2 blocks to South Frontage Road. Turn right and follow signs to Air Rights Parking Facility. (Fee charged to park in garage.)

Parking

The best available parking is in the Air Rights Parking Facility. There is an hourly fee to park here (see above directions). There is also metered parking available on Cedar Street, limited to one hour.

To Neuroscience Program Office from Air Rights Parking Facility: Walk up York Street towards Yale-New Haven Hospital, take left on Cedar Street and the School of Medicine will be half-way down the block down on your left. The Office is located in the School of Medicine, 333 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT.

Flying or taking the train

Airport Information: New Haven is located on the shore of Long Island Sound. The city is served by Tweed-New Haven Airport, which offers connections through New York, Chicago, and other regional hubs. The closest international airports are New York City's LaGuardia and Kennedy airports, Newark International, and Hartford/Springfield's Bradley International. Bus service to New Haven is available at each of those airports.

Train Information: Amtrak has daily service to New Haven's Union Station from Boston and Washington, DC via New York's Penn Station. Metro North has hourly service from New York's Grand Central Station.