Cardiovascular Pathology Lab
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
Because of a commitment to high standards of quality and
continual investment in the latest technologies and diagnostic
techniques, A&M Cardiovascular Pathology has seen consistent
growth since it's inception in 2003, expanding from 3 people to
currently 24 full and part-time employees.
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.