Could understanding the function of Salmonella genes help determine how the bacteria causes infection? A Texas A&M researcher is working to find out
How two researchers’ partnership and expertise unlock doors to studying deadly disease
Knowing how the bacteria functions may stop it in its tracks
How a grant from the NIH can help lead to a new, engineering approach to treating diseases
New technology at the intersection of engineering and medicine is able to identify the disease-causing pathogen—in about an hour
Texas A&M research looks to shed light on the Lyme disease pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi, and the ticks that carry it
Texas A&M College of Medicine’s James Samuel, Ph.D., is currently working on a vaccine for Q fever, an animal-borne bacterial infection that affects hundreds of U.S. troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.