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infectious diseases banner image - The front of the Marvin Graves Building in Galveston, TX

Academic Office
Division of Infectious Diseases
University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Boulevard, Rte. 0435
Galveston, TX 77555-0435
Phone: 409.747.0236
Fax: 409.772.6527

Infectious Disease Fellowship Program
University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Boulevard, Rte. 0567
Galveston, TX 77555-0567
Phone: 409.772.1756
Fax: 409.772.3394

Physical Address
1000 Strand Street
Galveston, Texas 77550

Faculty Physicians
Lucas Blanton, M.D., Assistant Professor
Philip H. Keiser, M.D., International HIV Program Director
Miguel Cabada, M.D., Assistant Professor
A. Scott Lea, M.D., Clinical Affairs Director
Peter Melby, M.D., Center for Tropical Diseases Director
Juan C. Sarria, M.D., Fellowship Program Director
Netanya Sandler Utay, M.D., Assistant Professor
A. Clinton White, Jr., M.D., Division Director

Support Staff
Kimberly Denton, Business Coordinator
Eugene F. Felter, Business Manager
Vicki Hudson, Fellowship Coordinator
Terri Mills, Business Coordinator

Map of Galveston Island
Galveston Island

Driving Directions
The Offices of the Division of Infectious Diseases are located on the 4th floor of Marvin Graves building (view campus map: Marvin Graves #4/C-5). Houston Hobby Airport is 41 miles northwest and Houston Intercontinental Airport is 68 miles northwest of Galveston.

Take Interstate-45 South from Houston. Continue over the causeway to Galveston. Interstate-45 then becomes Broadway which can be taken to 14th street. At the intersection of Broadway and 14th, turn left, continue forward to Strand Street. At 14th and Strand, turn right. Continue straight 4 blocks. The Graves Building, pictured above, will be directly to your left. Public parking is available in a covered lot just behind the building (parking Garage 2, map: #94/B-5). To park, turn left (North, alongside Mary Moody Northern) on 11th street and then right, and right again at the stop sign. The entrance will be in front of you to your left.

Old Red 1890 building in Galveston, Texas
Old Red was completed in 1890 as the home of the University of Texas Medical Department, now known as UTMB.
Aerial view of UTMB Campus
Aerial view of UTMB Campus
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