Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Translational Pain Research
101 Merrimac Street, Suite 610
Boston, MA 02114
Center for Translational Pain Research
The Center for Translational Pain Research (CTPR) at Massachusetts General Hospital is conducting research to gain a better understanding of pain mechanisms, human biological systems involved in pain, how humans experience pain and the development of better treatments and interventions.
About Our Location
Our location at 101 Merrimac Street is in the historic North Station/TD Garden area, near the Massachusetts General Hospital main campus. Our building has entrances on both Merrimac Street and Portland Street.
To contact the Mass General Pain Management Center to find out more about their services, schedule an appointment or refer a patient please call 617-726-8810.
Directions & Details
Public Transit: Take the Orange Line or the Green Line to North Station. Walk up Causeway Street in the direction of the TD Garden. Turn left onto Portland Street. Our building, 101 Merrimac Street, has entrances on both Merrimac Street and Portland Street. Learn more on the MBTA Website.
Parking: There is a garage under the building, accessible on the Merrimac Street side. There are also surface parking lots on Lancaster Street and on Friend Street. Government Center has a large garage that is close to our location at 101 Merrimac Street.
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