Center, Institutes & Labs
Our researchers find answers to some of the
world’s most complicated questions. Much of our research involves
the “One Health” concept, which takes a look at the comprehensive
health of humans, animals, and the environment.
Centers and Institutes
The Center for Organ and Cell Biotechnology, supported by the
Texas Emerging Technology Fund, is a new collaboration between the
Texas Heart Institute (THI) and the Texas A&M College of
Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM).
The Center for Educational Technologies is dedicated to
researching and developing innovative veterinary educational
solutions. The center's team members work hand-in-hand with faculty
and veterinarians from around the world to design, develop, and
deliver world-class instructional materials.
The Diagnostic Imaging and Cancer Treatment Center at Texas
A&M is a state of the art facility with diagnostic and
treatment capabilities never before possible in one location. The
facility is fully equipped with a Tomotherapy Unit, a CT Scanner,
and a 3 Tesla MRI Unit.
Cardiovascular scientists, engineers, and clinicians from Texas
A&M University and the UT Medical School in Houston have joined
forces to fight cardiovascular disease in both human and veterinary
The Schubot Center is dedicated to conducting research into the
health and conservation of wild and captive birds, especially
parrots and waterfowl. With a new avian complex, and our Exotic
animal Clinic the members of the Schubot team are uniquely fitted
to perform this role.
The Stevenson Companion Animal Life-Care Center is a privately
funded, state-of-the-art animal care program designed to provide
personalized care in a home-like environment.
The Texas A&M Institute for Preclinical Studies (TIPS)
provides large animal Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and
translational research studies with unique access to expertise in
all major medical and scientific disciplines including surgery,
biomedical engineering, advanced imaging, pathology, radiography,
interventional cardiology, neurology, animal behavior, chemistry,
The Winnie Carter Wildlife Center serves as a teaching facility
for introducing students to the management, handling, behavior and
veterinary care of exotic and wildlife species
TIGSS brings together talented individuals conducting genomics
research in diverse organisms, facilitates synergism, and maximizes
efficient utilization of infrastructure.