Medicine Archives

Coping with election time stress

October 26, 2020
As election season collides with the pandemic, a psychologist gives advice for tending to our mental health

College of Medicine to host leading epigeneticist

October 23, 2020
Founder of cancer epigenetics to further research interests and collaborate with College of Medicine faculty and students

Could a nasal spray of “nanovesicles” repair brain cells?

October 22, 2020
Researchers dig deeper into potential therapy for brain diseases and injuries

Summer Research Program receives NIH funding

October 20, 2020
Grant will allow 50 underrepresented minority undergraduates from the Texas A&M University System to participate in biomedical research projects

Southerland wins second place poster at Postdoctoral Research Symposium

October 20, 2020
Her research involves the role of antimicrobial compounds in fighting infections that occur in cystic fibrosis patients

Telebehavioral Care program receives funds to expand services in Brazos Valley

October 6, 2020
Grant award from Texas HHSC will allow program to provide more counseling services in Spanish

Roderic Pettigrew announced as Vannevar Bush Award winner

September 28, 2020
Roderic Pettigrew, innovator in biomedicine and technology, is the 2020 winner of the Vannevar Bush Award, one of the nation’s highest science awards

Blazing a trail

September 17, 2020
From growing up in a small, rural Louisiana town to serving as a College of Medicine faculty member, Bray paves the way for aspiring small-town women in medicine

Raising awareness of suicide

September 15, 2020
Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among 15- to 29-year-olds globally

Hometown hero

September 10, 2020
Texas A&M Family Health Care professor shares experiences as an Aggie doctor, faculty member giving back to her hometown community

Texas A&M Health receives more than $5.7 million from CPRIT in fight against cancer

September 4, 2020
CPRIT has advanced scientific and clinical knowledge and provided 6.6 million life-saving cancer prevention and early detection services reaching Texans

Carving a path

September 3, 2020
College of Medicine faculty member and OB-GYN balances time with her daughters, students and patients as she carves her way as a woman in medicine

The convergence of the flu and COVID-19

August 31, 2020
Getting a flu vaccine is one of the most important health precautions to take this fall season

No Texan Left Behind: Telebehavioral Care Program

August 27, 2020
Growing program uses telehealth technology to provide mental health services to rural and outlying areas

No Texan Left Behind: Martha’s Health Clinic

August 21, 2020
Student-run health clinic in Temple, Texas, provides health care and health education to homeless and uninsured

College of Medicine researchers awarded funding for 13 projects

August 14, 2020
Texas A&M University fosters new research and scholarship through its T3 program

Exploring connections between ovarian cancer and blood cells

August 13, 2020
Recent discoveries made by researchers at Texas A&M University could change the way ovarian cancer is understood and treated

Coping with stress, anxiety and sleep issues amid current events

July 20, 2020
Sleep problems are on the rise for Americans, but there are ways to manage them

Texas A&M, MD Anderson scientists testing inhaled therapeutic to protect against COVID-19

July 7, 2020
Drug developed in Houston has been approved for two human clinical trials by the Food and Drug Administration

Top summertime illnesses and injuries

July 2, 2020
More health issues to be concerned about beyond the coronavirus this summer

Texas A&M testing COVID-19 vaccine candidates for iBio, Inc.

June 25, 2020
Scientists expect to see preliminary results from pre-clinical trials before Oct. 1
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