Center for Molecular & Cellular Toxicology

The University of Texas
UT Austin     The University of Texas at Austin is the largest member of the University of Texas system, and is a major research institution with a current enrollment of approximately 49,000 students. The Graduate School is the largest Department on campus with more than 12,000 graduate students enrolled. Superb cultural and athletic facilities are available.

Austin, TX
UT Austin Austin, the state capital, is situated in central Texas, nestled on the edge of the beautiful Texas Hill country. Rolling hills, lush landscape and a panorama of brilliant wildflowers dot the highways. An abundance of rivers, lakes and campgrounds add to the many benefits of UT's location. The Colorado River runs through the city and the chain of Highland Lakes, including Lake Travis, extends to the west. Throughout most of the year many outdoor sports can be enjoyed such as golf, swimming,boating, fishing, running, hiking, or Frisbee golf. Austin also provides for your entertainment needs by hosting yearly film, music, and comedy festivals. Along with the other cultural events happening around town, live music can be heard any night of the week.

For more information about the Austin community:

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Last Reviewed: July 13, 2011

John H. Richburg,
Ph.D., Director
College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
at Austin
2409 University Ave. Stop: A1900
Austin, TX

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Indoor Environmental


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