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Michael Fuller, MD
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Departments: Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Specialties: Psychiatry - Adult
Languages: English
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Dr. Michael Fuller serves as a faculty clinician and advisor for The Psychiatric Consultation and Liaison Service. He has been a faculty member with UTMB since 1989 and is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. A native of Oklahoma, Dr. Fuller attended the U.S. Army Academy of Health Science eventually completing his premed education at the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1980. He received his medical degree from UTMB in 1984 and then completed a two-year internship at the United States Air Force Medical Center in San Antonio. In 1986, Dr. Fuller returned to Galveston and UTMB for a four year psychiatry residency followed by a two-year fellowship in consultation-liaison services.

As an associate clinical professor, Dr. Fuller advises residents, fellows and medical students in accurate, effective patient evaluation, treatment and referral. His expertise comes from years of experience with the Psychiatric Consultation and Liaison Service where he evaluates and treats hundreds of patients requiring immediate interventions during their hospitalization in any of the UTMB facilities or in the Emergency Department. Dr. Fuller also brings to psychiatry his vast knowledge of general medicine derived from his two years of providing instruction in the Family Medicine Department of UTMB. This enables him to easily incorporate or differentiate medical issues into his treatment decisions involving psychiatric interventions.

His research activities have included investigation into the progression of AIDS encephalopathy and the effect of various medications shown to slow this process. Dr. Fuller has also participated in research and medication trials in an effort to better treat depression in AIDS patients and in trials aimed at treating Traumatic Stress Syndrome in combat injured soldiers.

Dr. Fuller has given numerous lectures and seminars throughout Texas on several subjects including anxiety disorders, treatment of depressive disorders, psychiatric manifestations of AIDS, clinical hypnosis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, emergency psychiatric interventions and substance abuse.

Medical/Professional School:

University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, MD, 1984

Internships:

Psychiatry, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center - San Antonio, TX, 1985

Residencies:

Psychiatry, University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, 1989

Fellowships:

Medical Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry, University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, 1990


Certifications:

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Psychiatry

American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Psychiatry

UTMB Health Psychiatry - Galveston
400 Harborside Drive Suite 118
Galveston, TX 77555
Fax: (409) 747-4010

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he is patient and always listens attentivelyMay 12,2017
Very impressed with his attention, knowledge - Easy to talk to -May 01,2017
*Dr. Fuller is the best doctor anyone could ever had. I can't even describe what a wonderful person he is and how much he has helped me.May 12,2017
Dr. Fuller is WONDERFUL! ALWAYS shows concern and I never feel rushed. Discusses options and values my opinion.Jun 06,2017
To whom it may concern ,my number is 832-492-6499 Dr Fuller makes himself available at pretty much all times if I need him. as a pschiatry Dr , he is amazing and his constant support have helped me more that I can tell you in this box , But if you would like to hear about the UTMB Galveston Doctors and nurses , pschiatry , Island west Facility family medicine and nurses & PA's and secretary's that a conversation that deserves a person to person discussion , they are all beyond reproach and I have seen them since we 1st moved to TX in 05 and have moved many times since then , yet I still traveling 2 & 8 hours to see my team , I would love to tell you a true and great story about all of them , there's something very special about the UTMB Galveston Doctors & Nurses & staffJun 29,2017
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