Current Administrative Support
Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology
Rm 105, Laufer Center, Z-5252
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794
Recent Administrative Support
Department of Systems Biology (Unit 950)
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
7435 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77054, USA
Gabor Balazsi, Ph.D.
Henry Laufer Associate Professor of Physical & Quantitative Biology
Laufer Center for Physical & Quantitative Biology & Department of Biomedical Engineering
Rm 115C, Laufer Center, Z-5252
SUNY - Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794
Email: first dot last at stonybrook dot edu
Current Phone & Fax
Recent Phone & Fax
Location on the Stony Brook Campus
Our lab is located in the basement of the Life Sciences Building (LS), Room #028: Google Maps.
The PI's office is located in the Laufer Center, Room #115C: Google Maps.
Location on the MD Anderson Campus
Our lab is located on the 3rd floor of:
South Campus Research Building 2 (SCRB2).
The PI's office is located in 2SCR3.2022, the laboratory is in 2SCR3.3213.
Driving & Parking (Stony Brook)
If you are driving, the closest visitor parking lot is: Google Maps
The easiest way to the Laufer Center is to take LIE (I-495) East. Take exit #62 (Nicolls Road) heading North. Turn left onto Shirley Kenny Drive, and then left again on Circle Road. Pass the Hilton Garden Inn, and Visitor Parking will be on your right, immediately after the stop sign.
Walk West from the parking lot. The first building on your right will be Life Sciences. The second building on your right will be the Laufer Center.
Driving & Parking (MD Anderson)
If you are driving, the building address is 7435 Fannin St., Houston, TX 77054.
This is the modern-looking red building at the Southeast corner of the intersection between Old Spanish Trail and Fannin Street.
Visitor parking is in front of the main entrance.
Enter the building, sign in at the front desk (saying that you will visit G. Balazsi in 2SCR3.2022) and ask the officer to dial 4-6157.
Public Transit & Maps
From New York City, you can take the Long Island Railroad (LIRR)  or the 7-Bus . Both stop on our campus.
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