Dehydration is the second leading cause of death in infants, but what if a simple pacifier could prevent it? Student team DeHydraTect developed a dehydration-detecting pacifier during Aggies Invent: Pediatric Medical Applications.
Meeting the needs of today’s – and tomorrow’s – patients: Preparing medical students for an ever-changing world
Texas A&M College of Medicine has launched a new medical curriculum aimed at allowing more time, and diverse opportunities, in clinical training to ensure Aggie physicians are amply prepared to lead Texas' future health care workforce.
Houston Methodist and Texas A&M Health Science Center are partnering to bring more innovative research and medical education to the state through new health professions degree programs in the Texas Medical Center.
Krystha Cantu grew up in McAllen, Texas, a city in the Rio Grande Valley that is as southerly as South Texas gets. When Krystha, who attended Rice University as an undergraduate, applied for medical schools, she had no idea she’d be offered a full-ride, $100,000 scholarship to attend Texas A&M’s medical school in Bryan-College Station.
Dr. Paul Hicks, M.D., Ph.D. has been named Vice Dean of the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC)-College of Medicine’s Temple campus.
TAMHSC-COM students practice the doctor’s challenging role in end-of-life care: Delivering devastating news to patients and their loved ones, and telling patients what comes next when there is no curative path forward.