A third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine boosts the body's immune response, a Texas A&M expert says, giving added protection against Omicron and other variants.
A Texas A&M epidemiologist says the new variant carries concerning mutations, but when it comes to infectiousness and severity, only time will tell.
A discovery by researchers at the Texas A&M College of Medicine could lead to new therapies to prevent the virus from proliferating in the human body.
Texas A&M University employees are required to be tested for COVID-19 no later than Jan. 12.
Thirty-one percent of respondents to a Texas A&M-led survey said they don’t intend to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
A new strain of the virus could be 70 percent more contagious, and widespread vaccinations are needed to halt its movements.
The goal of their patent-pending product is to reduce points of contact and the spread of germs.
A Texas A&M expert says Fauci is an accomplished scientist who also excels at connecting with the public.
Public Health student Oscar Hernandez, Jr. has put his training from Texas A&M into practice to help the university’s COVID Operations Team track the virus.
Dr. Jason McKnight, a primary care physician at Texas A&M, answers five questions about the rollout and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Texas A&M Rural and Community Health Institute is providing training to protect nursing home residents and personnel as part of a national COVID-19 action network.
Texas A&M researchers have created new antibody-like molecules that can control human biological processes and potentially neutralize SARS-CoV-2.
Faculty, staff and students who live on campus will need to be tested before returning in the spring.