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Ira Tabas, MD, PhD
Vice-Chairman of Research, Department of Medicine, Columbia University
Professor of Medicine and Anatomy & Cell Biology (in Physiology and Cellular Biophysics)
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Department of Medicine
Columbia University
630 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032

Office: PH 8-East-105F
Laboratory: PH 9-405-406
Tel (office): 212-305-9430
Tel (lab): 212-305-5669
Fax: 212-305-4834



Travel to Columbia University Medical Center by taxi (622 West 168th Street); subway (A, 1, or 9 train to 168th & Broadway station); or car (parking lot at Fort Washington and 165th Street). These 3 areas are indentified by the red circles on the map. Go to the main entrance of the old Presbyterian Hospital (PH) building at 622 West 168th Street (yellow asterisk on Bldg #12 on map), which is halfway between Broadway and Fort Washington Ave. Enter the revolving doors and walk straight ahead to the security guard, tell the guard you are visiting Dr. Tabas or a lab member, and walk straight ahead to the main PH elevators.

For Tabas office: Take elevator to 8th floor. Upon exiting the elevator, walk toward the side with glass doors (Gunnar Esiason Cystic Fibrosis Center), then make a left into the PH-8-East corridor. Make your second right (at the end of the corridor) into a suite of offices, then turn right--my room is halfway down the suite on the right—105F.

For Tabas laboratory: Take elevator to 9th floor. Upon exiting the elevator, turn toward the doorway leading to the "stem" corridor between the PH and P&S buildings. The Tabas laboratory occupies this entire "stem" corridor past the doorway--rooms PH-9-405 and PH-9-406 are the main laboratory areas.

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