Information on the Imperial College Research Facility (ICRF)
All visits through-out the ASPIRE-DNA trial are held at the NIHR Imperial Clinical Research Facility. Please see below for general information, directions and contact information regarding the NIHR ICRF.
The NIHR ICRF is located on the ground floor of the Imperial Centre for Translational and Experimental Medicine (ICTEM), which please note is building 8 on the map below.
PLEASE NOTE: The building is also highlighted with a yellow rectangle on the map below.
Opening hours are Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
NIHR Trust Imperial CRF
Imperial Centre for Translational and Experimental Medicine
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Du Cane Road
London W12 0HS
For a detailed map of the NIHR ICRF click here.
DIRECTIONS TO ICRF
By Bus - Please see Transport for London website to see available buses to the NIHR ICRF.
By Tube - Central Line - From East Acton underground station it is a 14 minute walk down Du Cane Road to the Hammersmith Hospital, which is on the left hand side of the road. Walk to the end of the hospital, and turn left on the access road just before the Costcutter convenience store. We are on the left hand side, just past the air bridge. Enter through the revolving doors and ask for us at the security desk.
You can also take a 7, 72, 272 or 283 bus from East Acton Station /Fitzneal Street (Bus Stop C) to Hammersmith Hospital (Stop B).
From White City underground station it is a 15 minute walk to the Imperial Centre for Translational and Experimental Medicine building. Alternatively, you can take buses 72 or 272 from White City underground station to Hammersmith Hospital bus stop. Walk down Du Cane Road towards the Costcutter convenience store and turn left. Enter through the revolving doors and ask for us at the security desk.
Hammersmith and City/Circle Line - From Wood Lane underground station, exit and cross the road at the zebra crossing. Bus Stop WE is outside the entrance to the former BBC. Take the 272, 72, or 283 to Hammersmith Hospital (Stops E or F).
Disabled parking - There are a number of parking spaces for disabled badge holders at the hospital and parking is free for badge holders in any of the available spaces.
General parking - General parking is very limited, and charges apply. Please bring plenty of change to pay at the car park machines or meters.