By

Christina Sumners

Keeping nurses in the workforce

May 7, 2019
Nurses have an alternative disciplinary option designed to address their deficiencies in a personalized way

Bacteria and pathogens: Determining friend from foe in soil and water

April 22, 2019
New $14.2 million grant from DARPA will help create new way to test for dangerous bacteria in the environment

Opioid project moves to final round of the X-Grants

April 11, 2019
Proposal to study the opioid epidemic and intervention approaches moves to the final stage

Texas A&M research leads to first drug for postpartum depression

April 2, 2019
Reddy’s research helped develop first-in-class medicine for the brain condition postpartum depression

MD/PhD student awarded F30 fellowship

April 1, 2019
Crissie Vandehoef, who studies the gut microbiome, wants to help children with autism

Engineering a promising cancer treatment

April 1, 2019
Researchers find a way to deliver drugs directly to cancerous cells while reducing the toxic effects on the rest of the body

Laws against texting while driving reduce emergency room visits

March 21, 2019
New research shows that primary bans on texting while driving prevent motor vehicle crash-related visits to emergency departments

Possible ways to combat obesity by mobilizing the lymphatic system

March 19, 2019
New model shows enhancing lymph vessel formation in fat tissue has beneficial anti-inflammatory and metabolic effects

Solutions to health care challenges in rural Texas communities

March 11, 2019
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas and the Health Science Center finalize terms for new rural health project

Bagher named secretary of The Microcirculatory Society

March 1, 2019
Blood vessel biologist gives back to organization