Research Archives

Research team uses multidisciplinary approach to help reduce human error within petrochemical, oil, gas industries

August 26, 2021
Texas A&M research team receives an $800,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a procedure system based on input from several disciplines

Texas A&M Health receives $5.47 million from Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas

August 25, 2021
Awards support research and care in the fight against cancer

Air pollution exposure during pregnancy has long-term impact on children’s health, development

August 24, 2021
Adverse effects from prenatal air pollution exposure include low birth weight, asthma, cognitive and behavioral issues, obesity and diabetes

Why do men seek health information online?

August 23, 2021
Men with multiple medical conditions that have health care frustrations are more likely to search the web for health information, a recent study suggests

National COVID-19 transmission study expands to Houston area

August 16, 2021
PreventCOVIDU study aims to determine how effect vaccines are at preventing infection and transmission of COVID-19 virus

Uncovering trends and gaps in Hispanic population health research

August 13, 2021
Increased recognition of differences within the Hispanic population is needed to inform public health interventions aimed at reducing health disparities

Race and address may increase risk for diabetes-related amputation

August 5, 2021
Findings from a recent study show toe and foot amputations are higher in rural and Western American residents, Native Americans and Asian American and Pacific Islanders

Medical student explores progress and challenges of new therapy for Parkinson’s disease

July 29, 2021
Third-year student works alongside a faculty member in a published review article that helps bring light to new therapy that reprograms cells to treat Parkinson’s disease

Why do COVID-19 statistics vary significantly from state to state in Mexico?

July 29, 2021
State-level differences in migration, access to health care and population age are factors that appear to affect COVID-19 incidence, hospitalizations and death