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6 answers to your questions about postpartum depression

June 15, 2022
What to know about this common condition affecting one in seven women

Scientists uncover a key factor in human brain development

June 2, 2022
College of Medicine researchers answer a major question about how the part of the brain that makes humans so intelligent develops

Texas A&M Health faculty rank among top 2 percent scholars worldwide

May 19, 2022
Twenty-six faculty members appear in Stanford University’s “World’s Top 2% Scientists” list

College of Medicine announces two recipients of Distinguished Alumni Award

May 9, 2022
Scott McAninch, '03 MD, and Laura Tenner, '07 MD, MPH, have been chosen as recipients

Texas A&M Health students finish in top 5 at national health care competition

May 4, 2022
An interprofessional team of health profession students went to the final round for their solution to health care worker burnout

Texas A&M Health opens new women’s care clinic in College Station

April 11, 2022
Women’s Care Plus provides high-quality gynecological care for women of all ages, plus mental health and wellness

A heart full of service

March 25, 2022
Nathan Child pursues medicine to help others

Texas A&M team creates a breakthrough model for helping patients with post-traumatic epilepsy

March 16, 2022
The experimental model represents a critical platform for developing new medicines for military persons with traumatic brain injuries

First-year medical student achieves childhood dream

March 14, 2022
After years of preparation and an unsuccessful application cycle, Skyler Child begins medical school with his brother, Nathan Child, beside him

Introducing organs-on-chips to the lymph system

March 10, 2022
Engineering and medicine collaboration leads to creation of the first lymphangion-chip

Texas A&M Health trains hundreds of students in mass disaster scenario

February 25, 2022
More than 750 students participated in the 14th Annual Disaster Day simulation and gained experience in emergency response

New academic affiliation established with CHRISTUS Health in San Antonio

January 13, 2022
The CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Family Medicine residency program in San Antonio is now an affiliate of the College of Medicine

Military Medicine program receives first endowed scholarship

January 7, 2022
Texas A&M College of Medicine alum, Richard Byrd, MD, gifts endowed scholarship in honor of his late brother

Running could improve brain function in Gulf War illness

January 6, 2022
Study shows exercising a few times a week improves symptoms related to the chronic illness

Torres Odio awarded F31 Pre-Doctoral Fellowship

December 17, 2021
NIH fellowship awarded to outstanding predoctoral students who come from underrepresented groups in biomedical research

Fourth-year medical students present research at inaugural showcase

December 15, 2021
The Senior Research Showcase helps fourth-year medical students gain experience presenting their research

Why does the COVID-19 virus ‘escape’ from our immune system?

December 6, 2021
New research discovery could lead to development of therapies to prevent COVID-19 virus from proliferating in the human body

Incoming medical students share experiences in Pre-Med Fellows Early Assurance Program

November 4, 2021
Pre-Med Fellows Early Assurance Program helps address the number of underrepresented students in medicine

Two Texas A&M Health faculty members recognized as Presidential Impact Fellows

November 3, 2021
Johnson and Zhou recognized for their commitment to advancing knowledge through transformational learning, discovery and innovation

Lei awarded American Heart Association Fellowship

October 21, 2021
Grant provides funding to pre-doctoral students interested in researching cardiovascular health, cerebrovascular health or brain health

Putting an end to postpartum depression

October 7, 2021
Neuroscientist encourages new moms and those around them to be aware of the symptoms and seek treatment if needed
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