Medical care recovery and resiliency after disaster

May 15, 2018
New research sheds light on factors affecting health care after a hurricane

Ten years of disaster training

February 16, 2018
Texas A&M conducts nation's largest student-led, interprofessional emergency response exercise

Researchers compare pollution before and after Hurricane Harvey

February 8, 2018
Recent years have seen rising interest in improving post-disaster research, with calls for more and better studies coming from the academic community

When disaster strikes

March 30, 2017

Community resilience: What happens after the storm

September 6, 2016
Texas A&M researcher studies how disasters affect communities and how quickly they can recover

School of Public Health receives National Academies funding to study health impacts of disasters in the Gulf Coast Region

December 10, 2015

Dr. Jennifer Horney will lead a two-year study of the linkages between disaster exposure and subsequent health and health system outcomes across the Gulf of Mexico region.

Future physicians get first-hand disaster medicine training at Disaster City

May 8, 2014

Future Aggie physicians recently learned about disaster medicine first-hand at Disaster City, in a course coordinated by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).

Students train for disaster response

April 1, 2013

The Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing hosted Disaster Day on March 22 at the Brazos County Expo in Bryan. More than 170 students from nursing, College of Medicine and Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy participated, along with Blinn College nursing, radiology and EMS programs.