The Research on Emotion, Substance Treatment Outcomes, and Racial Equity (RESTORE) Laboratory is located on the first floor of the Fred J. Heyne Building (Entrance 13). Our lab is at the far end of the building, located closest to the adjacent building (Roy G. Cullen building).
Parking Information: Enter lot 13A from Cullen Boulevard (turn at Cougar Place). Follow the driveway as it curves to the left. There is a gated entrance on the left. Make the next left into the ungated parking area. The second parking spot on the right is labeled “RESERVED” and marked with a sign for the RESTORE Laboratory. If this spot is already taken, all of the numbered spots to the left are available for self-pay parking.
*If entering the building from parking lot 13A (right entrance), follow the sidewalk to the set of three outer doors on the left. Upon entering the building, take the short staircase up to the first floor. Enter through the white double doors and the RESTORE Laboratory will be the first door on the right (Room 104). There is a sign on the door that reads “Participant Entrance.”