Research Archives

Texas A&M neuroscientists discover new therapy for refractory epilepsy

June 23, 2020
Findings have clinical implications that could lead to eventual treatment of uncontrolled seizures

Primitive stem cells point to new bone grafts for stubborn-to-heal fractures

June 18, 2020
Texas A&M researchers have developed a new type of bone graft that might speed up the healing of broken bones

Combatting the global increase in measles

June 17, 2020
Rise of antivaccine movement, war, political instability and food insecurity cause abrupt reversal in measles public health gains

Global policy changes can have local environmental impact

June 8, 2020
Public health researchers study effects of China’s ban on importing plastic wastes on the environmental health in a U.S. community

Intelligent assistive technology: Researchers investigate technologies to assist adults with dementia

June 2, 2020
Technologies play a growing role in helping adults with dementia but must be developed in an ethical and equitable way

COVID Chemistry

May 29, 2020
The role of environmental chemists in studying disease outbreaks

Early exposure to arsenic can lead to lingering respiratory effects among males

May 26, 2020
Study finds little remaining evidence of chronic respiratory illness in females who have been exposed to the toxin

Shocks to the health care system: Economic effects of COVID-19 on anesthesia services

May 15, 2020
Health economist from the School of Public Health sheds light on the “economic shock” caused by the pandemic and its impact on anesthesiologists’ practices

Weathering the storm: Mental, emotional well-being of health care workers during COVID-19 pandemic

April 30, 2020
Researchers investigate health worker fatigue and preparedness during the COVID-19 pandemic