The HSC Office of Research helps power research across the entire Health Science Center by delivering infrastructure support and management oversight of select research facilities and programs and marshaling resources to enable faculty to remain compliant and competitive.
The Research Valley Partnership serves as the catalyst of economic development in the Bryan and College Station region, connecting community, university and industry, and building upon the foundation of the Texas A&M’s global expertise in engineering, agriculture, animal health, energy and the biosciences.
A comprehensive list of the most commonly asked questions from Texas A&M Health Science Center faculty-researchers.
This application represents a personalized view into information relevant to principal investigators' research programs. The portal provides timely and accurate information needed for managing research activities by viewing research account balances and spending history.
A comprehensive list of proposal development resources; provided by the Texas A&M University Division of Research.
Medical Sciences Library (MSL) offers resources and services to support the teaching, research, and clinical programs of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, the Texas A&M Health Science Center, and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
The Gulf Coast Consortia (GCC) brings together the strengths of its six member institutions to build interdisciplinary collaborative research teams and training programs in the biological sciences at their intersection with the computational, chemical, mathematical, and physical sciences.
The Texas A&M Institute for Preclinical Studies (TIPS) fosters multi-disciplinary service, research and education. The primary focus of TIPS is to develop research activities and provide core services in the areas of device development, preclinical studies under Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and biomedical imaging. In addition, the educational mission of TIPS will center on advanced training of graduate and professional students within relevant scientific and engineering disciplines, as well as support the needs of degree programs that train students on regulatory issues within biotechnology.
The Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine (TIGM) is a part of the Texas A&M University System as a research institute of Texas A&M AgriLife Research. TIGM utilizes advanced technologies to discover breakthroughs in science and medicine and accelerate the pace of medical discoveries.
It is the mission of the OTC to encourage broad practical application of System research for public benefit; to encourage and assist those associated with the System in the protection, licensing and commercialization of their discoveries; to ensure the equitable distribution of royalties and other monetary benefits resulting from the commercial application of intellectual property; and to see that commercialization activities benefit the research, education and outreach missions of the System into the future.
Texas A&M University System faculty interested in submitting proposals for Research Superiority Acquisition of Talent Grants may contact Brett Cornwell, Associate Vice Chancellor for Commercialization, at the Office of Technology Commercialization. Mr. Cornwell will collaborate with System components in the development and submission of proposals to the Governor's office.
The Division of Research administers research position titling and compensation procedures. This includes all requests for new research staff positions, new hires and transfers, reclassifications and promotions, salary increases, one-time merit payments, and source changes.
Any individual who works any portion of his or her time on federal, State of Texas, and certain other non-federal sponsored projects or activities whether compensated or uncompensated by that project directly, is required to certify effort using the web-based Time & Effort Certification System for exempt employees or TimeTraq for non-exempt employees.