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Glasgow Polyomics
University of Glasgow
Wolfson Wohl Cancer Research Centre
Garscube Campus
Bearsden G61 1QH
UK

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polyomics@glasgow.ac.uk

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+44 (0)141 330 4943

Visiting Our Main Facility

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Our principal laboratories and data analysis suites are located to the north-west of Glasgow, housed in the Wolfson Wohl Cancer Research Centre on the University's Garscube campus.

Parking facilities are available for visitors arriving by car. In addition, a range of options are open to visitors travelling by public transport.


Travel directions

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Westerton train station and Maryhill train station are both approximately a 15-minute walk away from our main Garscube offices. Timetables and service updates are available from ScotRail.

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Citybus service 15 travels from Glasgow Central Station in the city centre via the main University campus at Gilmorehill, stopping on Switchback Road directly opposite our Garscube facility. Timetables and service updates are available from Glasgow Citybus.

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Glasgow Airport handles both international and domestic flights, and is located within easy access of our offices. Visitors arriving at the airport are advised to journey on to Glasgow Polyomics by taxi, which should take approximately 25 minutes to reach the Garscube campus.

Visitors arriving via Prestwick Airport are advised to journey first by train to Glasgow Central Station, and then take a taxi to our offices on the Garscube campus.

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Visitors arriving by car should enter the Garscube campus via the main entrance on Switchback Road. Visitors travelling from Edinburgh are advised to exit the M8 at junction J17, follow the signs for the A82 (Great Western Road) until reaching Anniesland Cross, and then turn right into the A739 (Bearsden Road) to connect with Switchback Road.

Visiting Our NMR Metabolomics Facility

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Our NMR metabolomics facility is housed in the Joseph Black Building on the University's Gilmorehill campus in the city's west end.

A range of public transport options, including the underground, are available for visitors to our NMR facility. Parking facilities at the Gilmorehill campus are, however, limited due to its city centre location.


Travel directions

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Partick train station is approximately a 15-minute walk away from our NMR metabolomics facility on the Gilmorehill campus. Timetables and service updates are available from ScotRail.

Hillhead underground station is only a 5-minute walk away from our facility. Timetables and service updates are available from SPT Subway.

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First Glasgow bus service 4/4A travels from Glasgow city centre to the University campus at Gilmorehill, stopping on University Avenue close to our NMR metabolomics facility. Timetables and service updates are available from First Glasgow.

Citybus service 15 travels from Glasgow Central Station in the city centre to the main University campus at Gilmorehill. Timetables and service updates are available from Glasgow Citybus.

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Glasgow Airport handles both international and domestic flights, and is located within easy access of our offices. Visitors arriving at the airport are advised to journey on to our NMR metabolomics facility by taxi, which should take approximately 25 minutes to reach the Gilmorehill campus.

Visitors arriving via Prestwick Airport are advised to journey first by train to Glasgow Central Station, and then either take a taxi or the underground train from St Enoch's station to our NMR facility on the Gilmorehill campus.

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Please note that parking facilities are limited for visitors arriving by car at our NMR metabolomics facility on the Gilmorehill campus due to its city centre location.