Wayne State University - Stress and Health Lab
Leonard Simons Building
3rd Floor, Room 329
4809 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202

 

(Not a mailing address)


 
 

 

 

The Stress and Health lab is located in the Leonard Simons Building at the corner of Hancock and Woodward, near the Woodward/Warren intersection. Once in the Leonard Simons Building, take the elevator up to the third floor. On the third floor, immediately to your left will be a waiting room. Use the phone in the waiting room to dial 7-2304 (or 313-577-2304 from your cell phone) and tell lab staff your name and what study you are participating in. A research assistant will come and get you from the waiting room.

Parking:  There are meters with a meter station on Warren Ave one block north of the building.  When using the meter station, park in a number spot, select that number spot at the meter pay station, and pay with coins or credit card. There are two additional meter parking places on Hancock at the side of the building. Parking costs 25 cents for every 15 minutes.     

 

 **If the Simons Building is locked (after 6pm or on weekends), there is a phone on the right of the door that you can use to dial 7-2304, and a research assistant will come down to meet you.

 
 

General Directions

From Pontiac and Flint – Take I-75 south to the Warren exit, the first exit south of the Ford freeway (I-94). Turn right (west) on Warren and proceed westbound four blocks (approximately ½ mile) to Woodward Ave. Turn south (left) on Woodward, and continue one block to 4809 Woodward. The building is on your right, just before Hancock (the first street south of Warren). 

From Brighton, Howell, and Lansing – Take I-96 eastbound to I-696. Take I-696 to the John Lodge expressway (US-10). Proceed to the Warren/Forest exit, and turn left on Forest. After crossing the expressway, proceed eastbound on Forest four blocks to Woodward Ave. and turn left. Continue northbound on Woodward one block to Hancock. The Leonard Simons Building is on the northwest (far left) corner of the intersection at 4809 Woodward.

From Livonia, Plymouth, and Northville – Take M-14 eastbound past the I-275 interchange, where it becomes I-96 eastbound (the Jeffries freeway). Proceed on the eastbound Jefferies (the express lanes are generally superior) to the I-94 (Edsel Ford Freeway) interchange. Exit to I-94 eastbound, and proceed to the southbound John Lodge (US-10) expressway exit. Turn right, and proceed southbound one exit to the Warren/Forest exit. Turn left on Forest and cross the viaduct. After crossing the expressway, proceed eastbound on Forest four blocks to Woodward Ave. and turn left. Continue northbound on Woodward one block to Hancock. The Leonard Simons Building is on the northwest (far left) corner of the intersection at 4809 Woodward.

From Romulus, Belleville, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, and Jackson – Take I-94 eastbound to the southbound John Lodge (US-10) expressway exit. Turn right, and proceed southbound one exit to the Warren/Forest exit. Turn left on Forest and cross the viaduct. After crossing the expressway, proceed eastbound on Forest four blocks to Woodward Ave. and turn left. Continue northbound on Woodward one block to Hancock. The Leonard Simons Building is on the northwest (far left) corner of the intersection at 4809 Woodward.

From Monroe and Downriver communities – Take I-75 north to the northbound John C. Lodge (US-10) expressway exit. Proceed northbound to the Forest/Warren exit, and turn right immediately onto Forest. Proceed eastbound on Forest four blocks to Woodward Ave. and turn left. Continue northbound on Woodward one block to Hancock. The Leonard Simons Building is on the northwest (far left) corner of the intersection at 4809 Woodward.

From Roseville, St. Clair Shores, Mt. Clemens, and Port Huron – Take I-94 westbound to the John R/ Woodward Avenue., and turn left. Continue southbound six blocks (approximately one mile), passing four traffic lights, to 4809 Woodward. The Leonard Simons Building is on the northwest (near right) corner of the intersection of Woodward and Hancock.

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