Martinos Center investigators are engaged in translational research and technology development with a range of imaging modalities. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have about the work they are conducting and how you can get involved.

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Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging
149 Thirteenth Street, Suite 2301
Charlestown, Massachusetts 02129

Phone: 617-726-3197
Fax: 617 726-7422

Directions to the Center

Driving

For driving directions, please us the Google Map below.

Public Transportation

MBTA Green Line: Take the Green Line to North Station. Take the free MGH Shuttle Bus to the last stop: Building 149 in the Navy Yard. The bus stops every 15 minutes (weekdays before 6:45pm) across the street from North Station when heading toward the Navy Yard and just outside North Station when returning to the main campus. See the MGH Patient & Visitor Information page for additional information about the shuttle schedules.

MBTA Red Line: Take the Red Line to the MGH-Charles Street stop. Take the free MGH Shuttle Bus from the Blossom Street stop (see above).

Free Shuttle Bus between MGH-East (Charlestown Navy Yard) and the MGH Main Campus via North Station

Weekdays

Leaves every 15 minutes, 6:45am – 6:45pm (MGH-East, Bldg. 149, Main Entrance to Jackson Building on Blossom Street). Leaves every 30 minutes, 6:45pm – 11:00pm (MGH-East, Bldg. 149, Main Entrance to Gray Building entrance on Blossom Street). (Arrives/Departs Main Campus on the hour and half hour; Arrives/DepartsMGH-East fifteen minutes before and after the hour).

Weekends

Leaves every 30 minutes, 9:00am – 6:00pm (MGH-East, Bldg. 149, Main Entrance to Jackson Building on Blossom Street) (Arrives/Departs MGH East on the hour and half hour; Arrives/Departs Main Campus fifteen minutes before and after the hour).

For more information about getting to MGH, parking, shuttle schedules, and maps, see the MGH Patient & Visitor Information page.