Dr. Partha Mukherji ’97 ’01 plans a scholarship to repay the kindness of the donor who helped him attend Texas A&M University.
From artificial intelligence and space flight to education and aging, Texas A&M University researchers tackle 12 questions about our future.
Communicator Dr. Bernard Appiah ’10 ’13 conducts research in sub-Saharan Africa to improve public health awareness, access and actions.
The Class of 1980 E. King Gill Selfless Service Award’s recipients share why they stand for selfless service.
Texas A&M University School of Nursing’s Dr. Robin Page finds joy in helping others and advancing maternal health care.
Among the first Aggies to earn a medical degree from Texas A&M, Dr. David Lawson ’79 ’81 reflects on his journey and the future of medicine.
Get the pulse on five vital Texas A&M Health programs that serve Texans and create more knowledgeable Aggies to address today’s health care needs.
Scholarship recipient Ahmed Basharat ’20 ’24 pursues his dream of becoming the physician he wished his mother would have had.
Whether 33 or 92, Aggies and folks who love Aggieland are finding unique ways to give back to the people and areas they care about.
The Texas A&M University School of Dentistry’s newest clinic is filling a statewide need, setting a national standard and giving plenty of people a reason to smile.
A healthy Ashby Yates ’44 was safely delivered 10 weeks prematurely thanks to the expertise of Dr. Bethany Kolb ’87. In appreciation, Ashby’s proud parents, Lexie ’17 and Trey Yates ’17, are honoring Kolb with a scholarship.
Through an app, a Texas A&M University student-created startup strives to build an oasis for caregivers of people living with dementia.
Texas A&M University Emergency Medical Services gives Aggies real-world experience responding to calls and helping people in need.
Texas A&M University researchers are untangling its complex origins in the search for a cure.
Dr. Marcia Ory shares her refreshingly optimistic advice and experience on aging well. Spoiler alert: It’s not as scary as you think!
The new Department of Military Medicine builds on Aggieland’s military legacy by training the next generation of physicians for battle.
After years of preparation and an unsuccessful application cycle, Skyler Child ’25 begins medical school alongside his brother, Nathan Child ’25.
Dr. Marcia Ory, a Texas A&M University health expert, shares healthy aging habits to adopt in 2022.
Dr. Angela Clendenin ’91 and Dean Shawn Gibbs reflect on their experiences of leading Texas A&M’s COVID-19 response.
Creating a matching opportunity or utilizing matching funds provided by other donors is a powerful way to double your impact at Texas A&M University.
A decorated competitive shooter, Meagan Harrington ’21 has her sights set on becoming a nurse anesthetist and paying it forward to future Aggies.
Burn surgeon Amalia Cochran ’89 ’98 stresses the importance of leadership education for all of Texas A&M University’s physicians-in-training.
A Foundation Excellence Award is allowing John-Beloved Osho ’22, a psychology major, to pursue his dream of attending medical school.
To further cancer prevention research, Jill and Rick Steco committed a bequest to benefit the Texas A&M University College of Medicine.
Created during the Lead by Example campaign, Texas A&M University’s Engineering Medicine program is producing a new line of innovative doctors known as “physicianeers.”
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.
A new Clinic and Education Building will help the Texas A&M College of Dentistry expand its educational and service reach across North Texas.
From a new Department of Military Medicine to expanded partnerships with the Corps of Cadets, check out the progress.
Researchers improve human-elephant relations in Botswana; virtual reality tools may help public speaking anxiety; team studies infant opioid addiction.
Why is this mother-daughter team helping Texas A&M merge technology and health care? The reasons are many.
Dr. Michael Morrisey answers your most common questions about Medicare.
Sue and Joe Knowles ’50, MD, make the largest scholarship gift in the history of the health sciences at Texas A&M.
For Courtney Welch '01, becoming a rural physician means fulfilling a family legacy.
How Texas A&M faculty and students are impacting the globe.
Initiative helps rural and underserved Texans be proactive in protecting their health.
Reflecting on the Texas A&M College of Nursing’s 10th anniversary.
Through mock scenarios, Texas A&M’s Disaster Day prepares students across health professions to practice collaboratively and respond to emergency situations.
Rick and Kathy Spletter ’79 establish the first EnMed endowed scholarship to support transformative health care.
Dr. Carrie Byington ’85 has big dreams for the future of health care. They start at Texas A&M.
Gay Family Scholarship supports future Aggie nurses.
Camp BUILD hosts future engineers; Texas A&M creates coffee research center; new bike lanes illuminate campus; mobile app fights Zika virus.