The Food and Drug Administration has approved two human clinical trials for the drug.
Positive cases, hospitalizations and deaths are on the rise. Texas A&M infectious disease experts discuss the direction of the pandemic.
The unique interagency agreement between Texas A&M and the Brazos County Health District aims to contain COVID-19 transmission on campus.
The Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M estimates some of the state's agricultural products could see losses of up to 40 percent.
Dr. Jeffrey Cirillo is leading a national team that hopes to repurpose an existing tuberculosis vaccine to fight the coronavirus. About 700 participants are needed in Texas for the clinical trial.
A Texas A&M researcher says results from clinical trials indicate that they could be an effective way to treat coronavirus patients who develop complications.
With classes moved online, students have continued honing their skills via video conference with their professors.
A combination of fear, service to others and technology have contributed to reduced hospital visits for cases unrelated to COVID-19. But a Texas A&M expert cautions against avoiding medical care altogether.
Texas A&M researchers, alongside the Houston Methodist Research Institute and Houston Methodist Hospital system, assessed how front-line health care workers have been affected by the pandemic.
Texas A&M and TEES staff are using their manufacturing expertise to produce medical devices and personal protective equipment for hospitals.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offers tips for alleviating concerns and stress as businesses reopen.
A psychology intern with Texas A&M Counseling and Psychological Services offer advice for managing mental health during a global crisis.
While the pandemic and oil glut create a double dose of devastation, three Texas A&M scholars tell Chancellor John Sharp that they see new economic opportunities rising from the rubble.