Developing a test for preeclampsia in first trimester

Developing a test for preeclampsia in first trimester

September 4, 2017
Texas A&M pharmacy, medicine and engineering researchers work together to develop an inexpensive and reliable test for detecting—and potentially reversing—preeclampsia

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

Developing a test for preeclampsia in first trimester

November 8, 2016
Texas A&M pharmacy, medicine and engineering researchers work together to develop an inexpensive and reliable test for detecting—and potentially reversing—preeclampsia

Raise a glass of wine to your health

June 27, 2016
How resveratrol helps prevent disease, from cancer to autoimmune disorders

Can plastic program your baby to be obese?

May 17, 2016
Chemical found in some plastics could increase risk of obesity, study finds

Nixing latex: Building the perfect condom with hydrogel, antioxidants

November 23, 2015
Texas A&M researcher sets out to create better condom—one that prevents HIV transmission and enhances sexual experience

Texas A&M College of Pharmacy joins forces with Lichtenstein Foundation to stop diabetes in its tracks

December 23, 2014

The Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy is collaborating with the Morris L. Lichtenstein Jr. Medical Research Foundation and Driscoll Children’s Hospital in Corpus Christi to combat diabetes. Mahua Choudhury, Ph.D., assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy, will spearhead the project, which seeks to predict the early onset of diabetes and could make a noticeable difference in preventive treatment protocols for the disease.

Texas A&M researcher looks to develop test strip to predict preeclampsia early in gestation

December 19, 2013

Mahua Choudhury, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, is working to create a tool to test whether a pregnant woman at a very early stage of gestation could be at risk of preeclampsia.

Researcher looks for ways to combat diabetes

November 13, 2013

The diabetes rate in South Texas is three times higher than the national average. Researchers continue to find ways to combat the disease. One researcher suggests that epigenetic changes may precede the accumulation of genetic events in diabetes evolution.