College of Medicine professor receives grant from CPRIT to study glioblastoma
Texas A&M researcher conquers new territory
The timing of chemotherapy may matter when it comes to treating a certain type of brain cancer
College of Medicine researchers receive funding as part of campus-wide initiative encouraging interdisciplinary work
Our body—a sophisticated machine—depends on key organs for survival
Learn the "brainy facts" of both sides.
Texas A&M scientists demonstrate that high levels of zinc in the brain can increase seizure risk
Researchers look for better ways to reduce memory loss in people with age-related disorders
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