Texas A&M Professors Granted $1.2 Million To Enhance Diversity In Neuroscience

A five-year grant of more than $1.2 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will promote diversity in the field of neuroscience by supporting diverse, research-intensive communities at Texas A&M University. The grant will be used to create a Neuroscience Research Leadership Program modeled on the successful Aggie Research Program (ARP). Dr. Christopher Quick, […]

Cracking Into Undergraduate Research

Chickens’ eggs serve as the foundation for three innovative studies currently underway through the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ groundbreaking initiatives, the Biomedical Research & Development Certificate and the Aggie Research Scholars Program. These programs are designed to help undergraduate students learn to do research. Both are the brainchild of Dr. Christopher Quick, […]

Aggie Research Scholars Program Reaches Milestone of 2000 Opportunities

Undergraduates at Texas A&M University have had more than 2,000 opportunities to participate in research thanks to the Aggie Research Scholars program. A milestone of 2,090 research opportunities have been created for students in just four years since the program’s conception, an accomplishment Dr. Christopher Quick, program founder and professor of Veterinary Physiology & Pharmacology […]


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