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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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December 03, 2015

Doctoral Student Rachel Curtis-Robles is This Year's Recipient of the James Gus Foyle Memorial Scholarship

Doctoral student Rachel Curtis-Robles is this year’s recipient of the James Gus Foyle Memorial Scholarship from the Texas Mosquito Control Association.

April 15, 2015

Dr. Christine Budke was awarded the Bridges Teaching and Service Award, and Rachel Curtis-Robles was awarded the Outstanding PhD Student Award at the 2015 CVM Honors Convocation. Way to go!

Dr. Christine Budke awarded Bridges Teaching and Service Award Rachel Curtis-Robles awarded Outstanding PhD Student Award

February 13, 2015

Budke, Cummings, Hamer Labs Featured in CVM Today

Read about Dr. Christine Budke’s Neglected Tropical Disease research program here: ( read more) Read about Dr. Kevin Cumming’s Enteric Pathogen research program here: ( read more) R...

February 13, 2015

Third year DVM student Trevor Tenney is awarded CVM High Impact Award in the ‘First Author Publication’ category for his summer research with the Hamer Lab

January 2015 Trevor Tenney, Third year DVM student Third year DVM student Trevor Tenney is awarded CVM High Impact Award in the ‘First Author Publication’ category for his summer ...




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