We conduct research into health issues affecting pet, wild and exotic birds.
Our program conducts research by examining the health of birds and habitats in which they live.
Join us—all avian research enthusiasts are welcome!


February 23, 2021

Congrats to all 2021 Schubot research grant recipients!

We are pleased to have award 8 trainees mini-grants (up to $2,500) across 5 different departments/programs in 3 Colleges. The...

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November 24, 2020

Research Mini Grants and Travel Grant Program Announced

Open to all Schubot members, research grants (up to $2,500) and travel grants (up to $1000).  Proposals due 12/31/20.  Applications...

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November 20, 2020

Schubot Seminar 11/24, Spencer DeBrock

MS Student, Veterinary Public Health- Epidemiology program TAMU Tracking Host-Parasite Relationships between Temperate-Tropical Birds and Haemosporidian Parasites During Spring Migration...

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October 1, 2020

Schubot Seminar 10/8, Dayvion Adam

Dayvion Adams MS Student Department of Entomology, TAMU Are avian malaria parasites a mosquito’s biological nightmare?...

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September 24, 2020

Schubot Seminar 9/30, Taylor Hains

Utilizing genomics to understand parrot evolutionary history and enhancing population management for conservation and aviculture Zoom Meeting ID: 955 9200...

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September 15, 2020

Fall Members Meeting

Schubot Center will have its Fall Member meeting 9/23/20 at noon via Zoom.  Please consider joining our community for support...

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About the Zoological Medicine Service

The Zoological Medicine service at the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) is currently unable to see any new, existing, or emergency patients.  In the interim, the VMTH has compiled this list of local and regional generalists and specialists with expertise in exotic and zoological medicine.