Could stem cells be used to treat COVID-19?

May 19, 2020
A Texas A&M researcher says results from clinical trials indicate that they could be an effective way to treat coronavirus patients who develop complications

Cirillo named American Academy of Microbiology Fellow

February 20, 2020
Elected among 68 new Fellows based on achievements and contributions to field of microbiology

Natural compound in vegetables helps fight fatty liver disease

February 10, 2020
A compound in cruciferous vegetables may help fight fatty liver disease

Drug shows promise for treating cognitive problems and inflammation in Gulf War illness

January 17, 2020
The compound, monosodium luminol, shown to improve cognitive and mood function and reduce inflammation in a Gulf War illness model

Deadly ‘superbugs’ destroyed by molecular drills

December 13, 2019
Texas A&M, Rice-led research shows motors kill bacteria, revive some antibacterial drugs

New hope for sex-specific personalized medications for brain disorders

December 6, 2019
Texas A&M team identified a key neural mechanism for sex-specific treatment of epilepsy and neuronal excitability disorders

Humble beginnings

November 22, 2019
The winding journey of a student in the MD/PhD program at Texas A&M

Meet Dr. Natalie Johnson

November 21, 2019
School of Public Health professor shares her journey from a small-town upbringing to building a research program at Texas A&M

From microscopes to medical school

October 23, 2019
How one Aggie found connections between research and medicine

MD/PhD student studies fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

October 21, 2019
Research identifies predictors for outcomes of prenatal alcohol exposure
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