Space flight medicine

July 16, 2019

The Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969, was the first time humans set foot on another world. On its 50th anniversary, a space flight medicine researcher explains what happens to the body when venturing beyond Earth.

Out of this world: Transcending the boundaries of medical care

November 29, 2018
NASA and Texas A&M collaborate to promote and improve space medicine

Medical research reaches the final frontier

October 22, 2018
Medical school student conducts NASA experiments to improve astronaut health

Solving the medical mysteries of space flight

December 12, 2017
Microgravity and radiation take their toll physiologically, but how?

Texas A&M researcher looks to outer space to answer health issues here on earth

October 30, 2015

Walter Cromer, Ph.D., postdoctoral research associate with the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, is one of nine young scientists who received First Award Fellowships from the National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI). Through this program, Cromer will conduct a one year research project with the eventual aim of protecting astronaut health during long-duration spaceflight.