At the Michael E. DeBakey Institute for Comparative Cardiovascular Science and Biomedical Devices, 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 patients. Administratively housed in the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine, the Institute has unique access to naturally-occurring cardiovascular disease in animals. Through the use of novel cardiovascular devices and pharmaceuticals in humans and animals, we can play a pivotal role in improving the quality of life of all species.

Faculty

  • Steven J. Allen
  • Fred Clubb, Jr.
  • Gerard L. Coté
  • Charles S. Cox
  • John C. Criscione
  • Michael J. Davis
  • Michael D. DeIp
  • E.R. DeVivie
  • Ranjeet Dongaonkar
  • Uwe M. Fischer
  • Theresa W. Fossum
  • Anatoliy Gashev
  • Sarah N. Gatson
  • Hans J. Geissler
  • Sonya G. Gordon
  • H. Andrew Hansen II
  • Cristine Heaps
  • Jay D. Humphrey
  • Christopher G. Laine
  • Glen A. Laine
  • Lara Laine
  • Uwe Mehlhorn
  • Mathew M. Miller
  • James E. Moore, Jr.
  • Michael Moreno
  • Janet L. Parker
  • Christopher M. Quick
  • Ashley Saunders
  • Friedhelm Schroeder
  • Shinil K. Shah
  • John N. Stallone
  • Randolph H. Stewart
  • Yanan Tian
  • Karen Uray
  • Peter Walsh
  • Jeremy S. Wasser
  • Emily Wilson
  • David C. Zawieja

Service Areas

Dedicated to the reduction of death and disability from the number one killer of Americans: Cardiovascular Disease.


Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Texas A&M Health Science Center
Texas A&M Engineering