Dr. Trey Ideker
University of California San Diego
Departments of Medicine, Bioengineering and Computer Science
Office: (858) 822-4558
Fax: (858) 246-1396
UC San Diego
Dr. Trey Ideker, Dept of Medicine
9500 Gilman Drive, MC-0688
La Jolla, CA 92093-0688
Directions to Ideker Lab
Please note that individual buildings at UC San Diego do not have unique street addresses, “9500 Gilman Dr” is the address for the entire campus and will NOT take you to our location. We recommend using Google or Apple maps to locate our building by name.
Dr. Ideker’s office and the majority of our lab members are located in the Biomedical Research Facility II building (“BRF2”) at UC San Diego School of Medicine. Additionally, our Software Development Team is located next door in the School of Medicine building 2 (“SOM2”).
Directions: The BRF2 and SOM2 buildings are located in the UC San Diego School of Medicine. Nearest major cross streets are: Gilman Drive and Osler Lane. From Gilman Drive, turn EAST onto Osler Lane. Continue heading EAST on Osler Lane, past Pharmacy Lane, until you reach the buildings.
Dr. Ideker’s office is BRF2-3A13. From the BRF2 lobby proceed to floor 3A, enter the double doors into the offices, continue to the end of the corridor.
Nearest visitor parking spaces are located at the Osler Parking Structure (within short walking distance to the BRF2 building), Gilman Parking Structure, or lots P603, P602. UC San Diego Parking Permit is required and may be purchased from Pay Stations in hourly or daily increments. Pay stations accept credit cards or exact cash. For current rates and additional information visit: https://transportation.ucsd.edu/parking/visitor/index.html
Valet Service is available weekdays from 7:30AM – 6:00PM, the visitor rate is $30/day (as of Spring 2019). The nearest valet lot is P610 on Osler Lane, located directly across from the Osler Parking Structure and a short distance from the BRF2 building. For additional information visit: https://transportation.ucsd.edu/parking/valet.html
ADA Accessible Parking
If you have a Disabled Person (DP) placard or license plates, you may park in these spaces without a parking permit: Handicap-accessible spaces designated by the wheelchair symbol, metered spaces (no fee required), or parking spaces marked S, B or A (no permit required). For additional information visit: https://transportation.ucsd.edu/parking/accessible.html