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Using technology to make physicians better decision makers

May 23, 2016
Like everyone else, health care providers fall victim to biased human reasoning, but computers that think like we do might be able to help

Second career, second chance

May 18, 2016
Nursing student overcomes health challenges to care for patients

Aggie team wins coveted Rice Business Plan Competition

April 26, 2016
Texas A&M M.D. Plus and engineering students won the grand prize at the Rice Business Plan Competition for their 3-D printed prosthetic leg devices

Texas A&M works to address residency shortage in Texas

April 6, 2016
With fewer residency positions than graduates, physicians face uncertain futures

Expanding the health care workforce in Central Texas

March 29, 2016
Texas A&M College of Medicine receives $525,000 from St. David’s Foundation to grow the health care workforce in Central Texas

Discovering doctors: How Texas A&M became a national leader of “holistic review”

January 28, 2016
The best scores mean the best physicians, right?

College of Medicine alum “gives back” $1 million for scholarships

December 3, 2015

The Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine recently received its first one million dollar alumni gift from Jay Olen Franklin, M.D., a member of the medical school’s inaugural class, and his wife Ana.

Students celebrate 20 years of providing free health care services to local communities

October 19, 2015

2015 marks the twentieth year that students have provided free health care through Martha’s Clinic to the indigent population of Temple, Texas. Martha’s Clinic was started by two Texas A&M medical students, Eric Wilke and Eric Beshires, who saw a need for better health care for the homeless and indigent population in Central Texas. Through a joint effort of dedicated medical students and Martha's Kitchen, a free student-run clinic for the homeless was established.

Center for Community Health Development awarded federal funding in a nationwide effort to reduce teen pregnancies

July 15, 2015

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Adolescent Health has awarded 7.5 million to the Center for Community Health Development (CCHD) at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health in an effort to develop new programming to reduce teen pregnancies.

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