Texas A&M’s Clinical Learning Resource Center educates Aggies entering the health care field through a series of realistic simulations.
William “Rhett” Butler ’21 returned to school to become an oncologist as a way to honor his late brother’s battle with cancer.
From a new Department of Military Medicine to expanded partnerships with the Corps of Cadets, check out the progress.
Dr. Michael Morrisey answers your most common questions about Medicare.
Why is this mother-daughter team helping Texas A&M merge technology and health care? The reasons are many.
Sue and Joe Knowles ’50, MD, make the largest scholarship gift in the history of the health sciences at Texas A&M.
Initiative helps rural and underserved Texans be proactive in protecting their health.
Reflecting on the Texas A&M College of Nursing’s 10th anniversary.
Rick and Kathy Spletter ’79 establish the first EnMed endowed scholarship to support transformative health care.
Gay Family Scholarship supports future Aggie nurses.
Texas A&M researchers are trying to find ways to treat epilepsy, which affects about 1 in every 100 Americans and about 65 million people worldwide.
Researchers at the Texas A&M Health Science Center are actively working to answer unknowns about breast cancer.
Also known as Query fever, Q fever is an animal-borne bacterial infection that has affected hundreds of U.S. troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Chancellor John Sharp and Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa announced the launch of “Healthy South Texas,” a novel effort to reduce preventable diseases.
The Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study (TIAS) announced its Faculty Fellows for the 2015-16 academic year.