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Research Reproducibility 2018: Travel & Hotel

 

 

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Locations

Conference

S. J. Quinney College of Law, 6th Floor (map)

Short Course Workshop

Location TBD

Grand Rounds: Research Reproducibility

Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) Garden Level (map)

Getting Around

Public Transportation

For the College of Law, take the Trax Red line to Stadium or buses 3, 9, 17, 213, 220, 223, 228, 313, 354, 455, or 473.

For EHSL and HSEB, take the Trax Red line to University Medical Center or buses 2, 2X, 6, 11, 213, 354, 313, or 473.

For more information, visit UTA.

Shuttle Service

During the weekdays, the University provides a free shuttle service. Please see the Live Tracker for available shuttles and stops.

If you are staying at the University Guest House, they offer shuttle service on campus from 7 AM - 11 PM.

Parking

Park at the stadium on Monday during the conference; no need for a permit. (We've subsidized it!). An "A" permit lot is at the College of Law. Please see the Parking Map for locations of parking lots.

There is limited visitor parking near EHSL and HSEB for Tuesday's program. Hourly parking is available in the Health Sciences Parking Center visitor lot. Please see the Parking Map for locations of parking lots.

Hotels

On campus

University Guest House, in historic Fort Douglas

University Marriott Hotel, in Research Park

Downtown Salt Lake City

About 10-15 minutes by car or public transportation, SLC downtown has many lodging options. See www.visitsaltlake.com for more information.

Research Reproducibility 2018 Grand Rounds, Short Course workshop and Conference is made possible by:

 The Office of Research Integrity, The Department of Health and Human Services (ORIIR170034)   Vice President for Research Office, University of Utah

Center for Clinical and Translational Science, University of Utah (UL1TR001067)   Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah, Department of Philosophy, University of Utah

Short Course workshop funding provided in part from a subaward from the Midcontinental Region of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine under cooperative agreement number UG4LM012344

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