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Biomaterial engineering finds novel applications in unlikely places

February 8, 2019
How a Texas A&M researcher’s quest to understand the role of Hox proteins in fruit fly development led to the discovery of novel, protein-based biomaterials

TRIM(ming) away proteins to curtail breast cancer

January 29, 2019
Discovery of new molecular targets to stop cancer cell metastasis

Urban-rural disparities in cancer deaths

January 11, 2019
Southwest Rural Health Research Center finds striking disparities in mortality rates from lung, prostate and colon cancer in rural areas

Improving chemotherapy health outcomes

January 10, 2019
Texas A&M researchers show why targeting a gene called RASSF1A can reduce the deleterious effects of malignant tumors during chemotherapy

Stem cell-derived neurons stop seizures, improve cognitive function

December 20, 2018
People with untreatable epilepsy may one day have a treatment: ‘convincing’ their own cells to become the neurons they need

Blood vessel formation has implications for cancer and other diseases

December 18, 2018
Vascular biologist uses multidisciplinary approaches to investigate blood vessel formation

New antidotes to shield military and civilians from chemical agents

November 16, 2018
A Texas A&M researcher’s pursuit for antidotes to break seizure circuit may be key to thwarting chemical warfare

Amplifying research to improve health of rural residents

November 13, 2018
Numerous research grants from Health Resources and Services Administration expand rural health improvement across Texas

Improving patient outcomes after heart attack

November 7, 2018
Research finds that a common protein may help “fine tune” inflammation following a heart attack—and determine how well the patient will do