Wms Mushrooms: Poisonous, Edible, & Hallucinogenic Dr Robert Jackson

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Wms   Mushrooms: Poisonous, Edible, & Hallucinogenic   Dr Robert Jackson
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Learn about the wild mushrooms of Texas and US Southwest: the dangerous, delicious, and psychoactive. Learn about mushroom foraging, prevention of toxicity, signs of intoxication, and treatment.

Dr Robert E Jackson:
- Professor of Clinical Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
- Internal Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
- Governor Texas Southern, American College of Physicians
- "Best Doctor in Internal Medicine" by The Best Doctor´s in America (2005)

Location: University of Texas Medical School in the Texas Medical Center. See Photos for Map of Entrance. Once you enter at the location on the map, the guards desk will be in front of you to the right, please check in there as a visitor and there will be directions to the room available there.

Parking: Parking is available at 6414 Fannin @ the UT Houston Parking Garage for $4 (hr) - $10 (3hr-day) and can be entered from either Fannin or Main. The light rail red line will drop you off right in front of the school at the Memorial Hermann Hospital / Houston Zoo stop. The bus also has a stop there if you want to avoid paying for parking. See Photos for Metro & Lightrail Maps.

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