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
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Congrats to Miranda Bertram, CVM Merit Fellow, on being awarded
a $10,000 research grant from the American Association of
Zoological Veterinarians to support her whooping crane
Rachana Bhattarai, a
VIBS Epidemiology PhD student working under Dr. Christine Budke,
has been awarded a Schlumberger Foundation 2013-2014 Faculty for
the Future Fellowship. The Schlumberger F...
Congrats to Rachel Curtis, CVM
Merit Fellow and PhD student in VIBS in Dr. Sarah Hamer's lab, on
being awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! Of over 13,000
applicants, 2,000 were s...
Miranda Bertram DVM, a PhD student in Dr. Sarah Hamer's lab, is
interested in the pathogens and parasites that are associated with
Whooping Cranes that may play a role in limiting population gr...