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Bacterial Infection

Exploring the undiscovered mechanics of Salmonella infection

September 25, 2018
Could understanding the function of Salmonella genes help determine how the bacteria causes infection? A Texas A&M researcher is working to find out

Partners in—and out of—the lab

May 14, 2018
How two researchers’ partnership and expertise unlock doors to studying deadly disease

Pumping the brakes on Salmonella

February 19, 2018
Knowing how the bacteria functions may stop it in its tracks

College of Medicine professor honored with New Innovator Award

October 5, 2017
How a grant from the NIH can help lead to a new, engineering approach to treating diseases

A diagnostic tool for viral and bacterial pathogens

August 9, 2017
New technology at the intersection of engineering and medicine is able to identify the disease-causing pathogen—in about an hour

Lyme disease ‘keeps moving and carries on’

May 17, 2017
Texas A&M research looks to shed light on the Lyme disease pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi, and the ticks that carry it

Arming our troops: Texas A&M on front lines of Q fever vaccine

September 8, 2015

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.