Women in Medicine

At Texas A&M, we celebrate the American Medical Association’s Women in Medicine Month this September by highlighting a few of our extraordinary female researchers, scientists, physicians and students who are making meaningful contributions to medicine every day on our campuses and across the globe.

Rae Adams

Women in Medicine: Rae Adams

After graduating from both Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M College of Medicine, Rae Adams, MD, returned to Texas A&M to help teach the next generation of family medicine physicians and make an impact on the local community.

Katie Blalock

Women in Medicine: Katie Blalock

Katie Blalock, MD, is an Aggie through and through; she earned her bachelor’s and medical degrees and completed her residency at Texas A&M. She's now a family medicine practitioner working to improve rural population health in her hometown of Navasota.

Nancy Dickey

Women in Medicine: Nancy Dickey

Nancy Dickey, MD, was the first female president of the American Medical Association and the first female head of the Texas A&M Health Science Center. She now serves as its president emeritus, head of the Primary Care department and executive director of the A&M Rural and Community Health Institute.