School of Public Health Dean Shawn Gibbs has led national and international research, training and policy related to responses to highly infectious diseases.
Thirty-one percent of respondents to a Texas A&M-led survey said they don’t intend to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
In a newly published study, researchers call for clinical trials of an FDA-approved heart medication.
Texas A&M researchers found that racism predicts COVID-19 cases and deaths, even after taking into account health and demographic factors.
The coronavirus pandemic quickly pushed universities online this year. Here's how Texas A&M adjusted.
The Texas A&M community is urged to take advantage of free testing locations on campus before commencement ceremonies and holiday travel.
The proposed biosensor could potentially detect airborne pathogens in high-traffic areas like hospitals and retirement homes.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 before traveling for Thanksgiving.
Starting Thursday Aggies can use the artificial intelligence-based detector.
Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season, which usually provides a boost to the Brazos Valley economy. A Texas A&M economist predicts this year's revenue will be more conservative.
There are several testing sites available this week, including a drive-thru option.
An analysis of New York City neighborhoods showed a significant association between detected COVID-19 cases and dependent children, population density, median household income and race.
Faculty members are finding unique ways to teach during the pandemic.