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Research Departments

Research focus areas

  • Cancer
  • Cellular and molecular biology
  • Environmental and genetic medicine
  • Infectious and inflammatory diseases
  • Microbial pathogenesis
  • Neuroscience
  • Stem cell biology
  • Translational cancer research
  • Vascular and lymphatic biology
  • Veteran Health
$37,920,764 total value of grant awards. $28,376,728 Total research expenditures. $16,155,258 total research expenditures from NIH

Institute of Biosciences and Technology

From cancer and heart failure to bacterial infections and birth defects, researchers at the Texas A&M Health Science Center Institute of Biosciences & Technology in Houston work to improve the quality of health care through innovative research and education. The institute is organized into Centers of research excellence in cancer, genomics and disease, developmental biology and birth defects and infectious disease.

Research Centers & Institutes

Explore our centers and institutes to learn how we focus discovery in key areas of health research and implementation, to make a difference, together.

Research Centers & Institutes

Research and Graduate Studies

The Office of Research and Graduate Studies supports and enhances the research programs and research training activities of the college through administrative support, facility and compliance oversight, policy development, and strategic coordination.

Office of Research and Graduate Studies

Postdoctoral Affairs

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs provides postdoctoral researchers of the Texas A&M University Health Science Center with career and professional development opportunities, and counsel on university policies and practices and life in the community.

Postdoctoral Affairs

Summer Research Program

The 10-week Summer Research Program gives undergraduate students from any institution the opportunity to work in a laboratory and perform a research project during the summer. Students work closely with College of Medicine faculty on research projects in basic or clinical science disciplines.

Summer Research Program