Disease Detective 2008
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map of featured accommodations


AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
1900 University Avenue
Austin, TX 78705

On UT campus, views of state capitol and UT Tower, business center, fitness center, outdoor pool, complimentary wireless internet, flat screen HDTV in all rooms, gourmet restaurants.

Mansion at Judges Hill

1900 Rio Grande
Austin, TX 78705

Within walking distance of UT Austin, small boutique hotel, business services, high speed internet available, local gym passes available.

Austin Folk House/Star of Texas Inn

Folk House

506 West 22nd Street
Austin, TX 78705-5204
Phone:(512) 472-6700

Star of Texas

611 West 22nd Street
Austin, TX 78705-5115
Phone:(512) 477-9639

Within walking distance of UT Austin, uniquely decorated rooms, complimentary high speed internet, hot, homemade breakfast buffet or made-to-order dishes.

Double Tree: Hotels Suites Resorts Clubs

Double Tree Guest Suites

303 W. 15th Street , 
Austin , TX 78701-1692
Phone: 1-512-478-7000
Fax: 1-512-478-5103


One mile from UT Austin, shuttle service available, business services, high speed internet, views of the capitol, fitness center, warm chocolate chip cookies upon arrival.

Embassy Suites-Town Lake
300 South Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78704
Phone:(512) 469-9000

Two and a half miles from UT Austin, shuttle service available, views of Lady Bird Lake, complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast, complimentary managerís reception every afternoon, business center, fitness center, high speed internet available for a fee.

Hampton Inn
Hampton Inn & Suites-Downtown
200 San Jacinto Blvd.
Austin , TX 78791

One half mile from UT Austin, swimming pool, fitness center, business center, high speed internet available.

College of Natural Sciences:
School of Biological Sciences, Career Services and Health Professions Office;University of Texas Libraries; The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Scientific Education and Professional Development Program Office; The Association of Schools of Public Health; The Association of Public Health Laboratories; Texas Department of State Health Services; Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services Department; The University of Texas School of Public Health.

This conference is generously supported under a cooperative agreement from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH).

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Molecular Genetics and Microbiology