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Epidemiology & Public Health

The mission of the Epidemiology and Public Health Program at Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is to serve the academic community and beyond through excellence in research, learning and outreach focusing on the use of basic and applied methods to address problems at the interface of animal and human health.


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04.01.14

Congrats to Rachel Curtis for the #1 Student Poster at AAVMC!

PhD student Rachel Curtis was awarded the #1 Student Poster Award at the 2014 American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges conference in March in Alexandria, VA!  Rachel's post...

02.24.14

Three Epidemiology Graduate Students Receive High Impact Awards

Rachana Bhattarai (mentored by Christine Budke), Miranda Bertram and Rachel Curtis (both mentored by Sarah Hamer) were honored at the 2014 CVM Graduate Research Symposium with High Impact Award...

11.04.13

Interview with Rachel Curtis, Texas A&M PhD student, who won AAVP award for Chagas research

Robert Herriman of The Global Dispatch recently talked with Rachel Curtis about her research and award on the Saturday, Nov. 2 airing of Outbreak News This Week. During the interview, M...

08.05.13

PhD student Rachel Curtis wins first place student presentation award at AAVP

PhD student Rachel Curtis wins first place student presentation award at AAVP

Rachel Curtis delivered an excellent oral presentation of her Chagas disease research at the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists meeting.  The meeting was held in Chicago, ...




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