Research Archives

Texas A&M leads nationwide test of drug to fight COVID-19

April 29, 2020
College of Medicine Regents Professor expects results in six months repurposing existing vaccine

Researchers investigate violence against health care workers in China

April 24, 2020
Higher-income patients are more likely to resort to violence with reduced levels of trust in medical providers a key issue

Texas A&M researchers working with state to model impact of COVID-19

April 15, 2020
A team from the School of Public Health is using state data to refine its modeling efforts.

Focusing on the positive

April 14, 2020
Finding ways to interact with family and friends is more important than ever during these trying times

Protecting children with asthma from COVID-19

April 8, 2020
An asthma expert explains how to reduce risk of exposure to COVID-19 in hospitals by preventing asthma attacks

A learning experience: Study of methods for teaching biostatistics in public health

April 7, 2020
Methods and examples to improve biostatistics education, including for students with limited mathematical backgrounds

Building a culture of health

April 3, 2020
Researchers analyze Healthy Hawai'i Initiative to gain insight on developing future health initiatives

Exploring how psychological factors play into vaccine misinformation

March 26, 2020
Researchers test methods for correcting misinformed beliefs about vaccines by tailoring messaging to different psychological dispositions

Physical and mental health in vulnerable communities following Hurricane Harvey

March 23, 2020
Unexpected research findings show mental health scores higher than the national average and physical health scores significantly lower for vulnerable Houston communities