Centers & Institutes
Epigenetics research is at the frontier of biomedical research, and the epigenome is one of the most promising targets for disease prevention. The Center's mission is to identify novel protective agents from natural sources and, via a new “field-to-clinic” paradigm, test for efficacy in human subjects.
CHOT is an industry-university cooperative research center (I/UCRC) funded by the National Science Foundation and health organizations to conduct research supporting major management, clinical, and information technology innovations in healthcare. The CHOT research model relies on the knowledge and experience of healthcare leaders to guide and ensure academic research is both meaningful and applicable to the healthcare industry.
Texas A&M CIADM is accelerating research and development of vaccines and therapeutics, and will rapidly produce these products in case of pandemics or other national emergencies.
The goal of the Center for Translational Environmental Health Research is to improve human environmental health by integrating advances in basic, biomedical and engineering research across translational boundaries from the laboratory to the clinic and to the community and back.
Researchers at the Institute of Biosciences & Technology work to improve the quality of health care through innovative research and education in cancer, genomics and disease, developmental biology and birth defects, and infectious disease.
The CSTR Institute is a multi-institutional initiative of Texas A&M University and Health Science Center, and their affiliates, in partnership with Houston Methodist Hospital and Research Institute, to promote the highest quality clinical and translational research across Texas A&M and its partner institutions, and train the next generation of researchers capable of expediting the application of biomedical advances into patient care and improved population health.
RCHI is a health extension center offering programs that promote safe, effective health care practices. RCHI serves as a bridge for health care professionals and their organizations with academic centers, policymakers and researchers to improve the quality and safety of patient care.
The Clinical Learning Resource Center (CLRC) trains and educates students to address the shortage of nurses and physicians alongside the needs of the health workforce throughout Texas.
Inside the CLRC, students refine their fundamental and clinical skills in a controlled, simulated health care environment.
The CCRD serves as the home for the basic and translational research enterprise within Texas A&M University College of Dentistry. The Center provides a fertile environment to increase and foster interdisciplinary collaboration with the craniofacial clinical programs at area hospitals to promote the growth of translational research opportunities.
The Cardiovascular Research Institute's research team consists of basic scientists and physician/scientists from a wide variety of fields and disciplines who work together to discover and disseminate new knowledge about the heart, blood vessels, and lymphatics in normal and disease states.
The CAPRI develops innovative diagnostic, vaccination and therapeutic strategies for respiratory diseases using a multidisciplinary group with extensive expertise in imaging, chemistry, engineering, immunology, infectious diseases and translational medicine.
The CMDD is a small, highly skilled, multidisciplinary group of faculty from five colleges. These researchers design and test delivery of pharmaceuticals, focusing on the application of controlled release to modulate immune responses.
CBHEC, in Corpus Christi, Texas, is committed to improving the quality of health care in the Coastal Bend region by advancing the knowledge and skills of health care professionals, students and the community through evidence-based education, connection to resources and chronic disease management and support.
The IOP invents new drugs for eye diseases, including glaucoma, cataract, ischemic retinopathy, uveitis, dry eyes, myopia and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The IOP is also active in improving formulations for better bioavailability of new and old drugs, and researching the safety of effective eye drugs.
The Center for Community Health Development (CCHD) aims to improve the health of Texas residents by utilizing community health development strategies and linking academic researchers to communities. Through these partnerships, communities receive irreplaceable knowledge and experience for sustaining health-based programs in their area.
The Center for Population Health and Aging is dedicated to promoting population health and successful aging through innovations in research, education and practice that examine social, behavioral, economic, environmental, and technological solutions linking academic and real-world clinical and community settings. We offer expertise in promoting health and wellness programs, chronic disease prevention and management, building healthy communities, and exploring interactions between health, aging, and technology.
The USA Center for Rural Public Health Preparedness is a CDC-funded center designed to ensure public health professionals are able to respond to threats to the nation’s public health. The USA Center at SPH is the only national center with a specific rural focus, and is charged with supporting and educating emergency responders in rural areas of the United States.
The mission of the Texas A&M Ergonomics Center is to help industry and healthcare partners increase their competitiveness by improving worker performance, reducing workplace injuries and illnesses, and designing unique products and applications to combat the negative impacts of aging and obesity.
The Southwest Rural Health Research Center (SRHRC) addresses the health needs of rural and underserved populations across Texas and the nation. The SRHRC combines faculty expertise in health policy, health economics, aging, long-term care, health law, epidemiology and biostatistics, and chronic disease.