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Can studying autism also yield clues about addiction?

July 9, 2018
How communication—and miscommunication—between neurons can influence everything from learning and memory, to drug addiction and autism

Collaborating to ‘scale up’ stem cell technology

June 29, 2018
Researchers in medicine and engineering are moving a bone-healing technology forward with the help of the university-level X-grants

A scholarship 80 years in the making

June 28, 2018
Sue and Joe Knowles ’50 Scholarship gives back to the place they call home

Research celebrates extensive influence

June 20, 2018
Gashev awarded for most-cited journal article demonstrating the value and reach of research

A new way to diagnose diseases

June 7, 2018
A new method can distinguish if a protein is misfolded and may be useful in a variety of diseases, from cancer to Alzheimer's

Combating type 1 diabetes with a healthy, balanced diet

June 6, 2018
A diabetes expert explains why a low-carb diet for type 1 diabetes patients can be problematic later in life

Your social life, or lack thereof, can affect your health

June 1, 2018
Americans are more lonely, and it can be a health hazard

Brazos Valley Prenatal Clinic partnership is a win-win

May 30, 2018
Providing life-changing care while enhancing medical education

Faculty and staff recognized for positive impact on student veterans

May 25, 2018
Members of the College of Medicine and College of Nursing honored for their positive role with students who served our nation

Advancements in military medical education

May 19, 2018
With the one-year anniversary of Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center partnership, Texas A&M celebrates milestones and looks to the future in military medicine

Texas A&M, 59th Medical Wing partner for medical education

May 16, 2018
The U.S. Air Force and Texas A&M formalize partnership to establish the Air Force’s 59th Medical Wing as a clinical training site for medical students

Partners in—and out of—the lab

May 14, 2018
How two researchers’ partnership and expertise unlock doors to studying deadly disease

Nanoparticles may now grow bone and cartilage for humans

May 2, 2018
Researchers discover how new tissues can grow from stem cells to treat conditions like osteoarthritis without dangerous growth factors

Celebrating the first EnMed endowed scholarship

May 1, 2018
The four-year engineering medicine degree offers new solutions to transform health care

Faculty and staff gather for Interprofessional Practice Plan retreat

May 1, 2018
A new practice plan will develop opportunities for clinical and interprofessional education

Patricia Watson named head of humanities at College of Medicine

April 27, 2018
Member of charter class now leads one of its charter departments

Texas A&M recognizes medical student for exemplary community impact

April 26, 2018
Luis Seija wins Margaret Rudder Community Service Award

Treating cardiovascular disorders—and more—with the flip of a switch

April 25, 2018
Using light to switch calcium ions on and off may have implications for regenerative medicine

Texas A&M founding member of new Texas Medical Center research center

April 23, 2018
Texas A&M University Health Science Center to be part of TMC3, a new campus that will house thousands of life science researchers in a striking double helix-shaped facility

Dynamic duo unlocks the potential of mitochondria

April 12, 2018
How a husband-and-wife research team are studying the health effects of these important organelles

You asked: Why are yawns contagious?

April 12, 2018
It's not just imitation; your yawns can make other people feel the urge to mimic
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