The Cardiovascular Pathology (CVP) Laboratory at Texas A&M provides pathology laboratory support for Texas A&M and its affiliates. This lab also provides pathology and histology services on a fee-for-service basis to outside investigators and medical device companies.
The CVP lab at Texas A&M University focuses on the development and utilization of integrative pathology techniques for the evaluation of implantable devices in humans and animals. The CVP lab specializes in cardiovascular devices such as circulatory assist devices, implantable leads, and intravascular stents. TAMU CVP also conducts toxicology studies.
The Texas A&M Cardiovascular Pathology Laboratory is compliant with FDA Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) in accordance with 21 CFR Part 58.
Mission & Vision
Providing innovative, objective pathology support of the utmost quality to improve medical device technologies and subsequently, patients’ lives and creating learning opportunities and new knowledge for students and the scientific community.
To become the leader in pathologic evaluations of medical device technologies and translational research by:
- Soundly integrating research, engineering, and medical disciplines
- Focusing on the customer and providing unrivaled customer service
- Using unique resources and developing novel tools and methods for evaluation of devices
Attn: Brad Weeks, CV Pathology
664 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy
College Station, TX 77843-4467
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