The Hasher Aging and
Cognition Lab is conveniently located just south of the intersection of
Harbord and St. George Street at the University of Toronto. The lab
is easily accessed by car or public transit.
Participants Traveling by TTC:
Take either the Yonge or University line to the St. George subway station.
Exit onto St. George Street (not Bedford Road). Walk south down St. George
Street - crossing the intersections at St. George and Bloor and St. George
and Harbord - until you reach Sidney Smith Hall located at 100 St. George
Street. From the main entrance, take the stairs down one floor. Follow
the signs to find Room 600.
Participants Traveling by Car:
For your convenience, the Hasher Aging and Cognition Lab has a parking
spot available for its participants. The parking spot is located directly
beside the Sidney Smith Building, and can be reserved for your appointment.
The Sidney Smith building is located at 100 St. George Street, just south
of the intersection of St. George and Harbord. The parking spot is located
on the north side of the building at the bottom of a ramp that runs between
the Sidney Smith building and the Ramsay Wright Zoological Laboratories.
On the day of your appointment, your experimenter will meet you in the
parking lot and show you to the lab.
For a map of the St. George Campus, click here.
If you have any questions about locating the Hasher Aging and Cognition
Lab, please feel
free to call the lab at (416) 978-1557.
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