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A new model of preeclampsia—and a possible treatment

August 9, 2017
Researchers in different fields work together to understand and treat this condition and its devastating effects on pregnant women and their babies

Major depression study identifies greater improvement for ‘next step’ treatment

August 9, 2017
Texas A&M psychiatry professor helps lead VA study that finds benefit of adding to antidepressant regimen

In Memoriam: John Gelderd, PhD

August 8, 2017
College of Medicine celebrates the life of long-time professor and his 32-years of teaching at Texas A&M

Healthy behaviors may help prevent suicide among veterans

August 7, 2017
Simple habits that promote health and well-being may help reduce suicide risk

Building bridges within the cell—using light

July 26, 2017
How a new technique allows researchers to tune communication between organelles on the scale of nanometers 

Making the impossible, possible: Robert C. Alaniz, PhD

July 26, 2017
Texas A&M College of Medicine researcher found his passion and a way to transform medicine by studying the universe of microbes that live with us

Research determines mechanism, moves closer toward possible therapy for type of lymphoma

July 25, 2017
When normal function of a messenger within the body is disrupted, lymphoma can result

Music therapy: Can it help?

July 25, 2017
Music has a number of benefits, but does it have a place in health care?

Epigenetic interventions combat complex brain conditions like epilepsy

July 25, 2017
Epigenetic drugs and their ability to change gene expression promise hope for intractable diseases

Bacteria actively drive development of colorectal cancer

July 13, 2017
Texas A&M findings could help pave the way to new treatment strategies

Making the impossible, possible: Grace Lassiter

July 12, 2017
Deafness doesn’t stop A&M medical school graduate from pursuing career in surgery

Q&A: What women want to know about Zika

July 10, 2017
A Zika expert answers your questions about this virus and how it affects you and your family

Hand, foot and mouth disease: Signs, symptoms and treatment

July 3, 2017
This warm weather illness can leave a mark on your little one

‘Huddling’ together for student learning and patient health

July 3, 2017
An interprofessional educational activity that benefits actual patients

Muscles can ‘ask’ for the energy they need

June 30, 2017
Research illuminates the pathway that gets fuel to muscles depending on their activity level

Fighting back against antimicrobial resistance using new technology

June 29, 2017
Hospital-acquired infections are both a cause of and contribute to resistance, but perhaps technology can help

You asked: What causes brain freeze

June 29, 2017
Your favorite ice cream cone or slurpee can be a real headache

Engineering clearing agents to eliminate specific antibodies

June 20, 2017
When these molecules start doing more harm than good, we need a way to degrade them

College of Medicine welcomes third Tillman Scholar in three years

June 19, 2017
The award recognizes the best-poised leaders from U.S. military impact our country for years to come through higher education scholarships

Luis E. Seija named a winner of the Excellence in Medicine Minority Scholars Award

June 16, 2017
The Minority Scholars Award program encourages diversity in medicine and alleviates debt

Modeling Gulf War illness: Knowing the cause of brain dysfunction is key to finding a cure

June 14, 2017
With hundreds of thousands of veterans experiencing long-term side effects of their service, the hunt for a treatment is on