Our Locations

UNM's Clinical & Translational Science Center is guiding and accelerating health discoveries to improve lives in New Mexico's communities and throughout the Mountain West.

Clinical and Translational Science Center Building

Located on north campus north-east of UNMH, visitors to the CTSC Building should enter through Lomas Blvd, turning north onto Yale Blvd. Proceed to the roundabout and veer to the right (east) onto Camino de Salud. Proceed to the UNM Hospital Patient Parking lot.

CTSC reserved parking spots are located on the Southeast corner. (If the reserved spots are not available at the time of your visit, any available spots in the general parking area may be used). 

Services available in the CTSC Building

  • Participant and Clinical Interactions Unit
  • Clinical Laboratory
  • Translational Laboratory
  • Exercise Laboratory
  • Pulmonary Laboratory
  • CTSC Administration

Contact Number

505-272-6042

 

 

Physical Address: 900 Camino de Salud NE Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

Multidisciplinary Research Facility (MRF)

Also located on north campus, this CTSC Annex is located on the corner of Frontier and Vassar Dr.  Visitors to the CTSC Annex (Multidisciplinary Research Facility "MRF") should enter through Lomas Blvd, turning north onto Vassar Dr. Turn left (west) onto Frontier Ave.

CTSC reserved parking spots are available in the parking lot on the northwest corner directly next to the MRF Building.  Please call in advance to reserve a parking spot, 505-272-8309.

Services available at the MRF

  • Biostatistics
  • Community Engagement and Research Core
  • Biomedical Informatics
  • CTSC Administration

Contact Number

505-272-8309

 

Physical Address: 2705 Frontier Avenue NE Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

CTSC North

CTSC North, located at the north end of campus, specifically supports clinical and translational research focused on brain and behavioral disorders. One wing houses a fully equipped clinical trial space integrated with wet lab space, animal facilities, and state-of-the-art MRI, MEG, and other neuroimaging resources. The wet lab space is available for faculty working in the areas of neuroimaging, brain injury, and behavioral illness. The other wing includes space for clinical studies and other participant evaluations and interactions.

Services available at the CTSC North

  • Participant and Clinical Interactions Unit
  • Clinical Laboratory
  • Translational Laboratory