Research Programs, Centers and Institutes
Centers and institutes in the Health Science Center are administratively distinct units whose primary foci are on collaborative, multidisciplinary-interdisciplinary research and other scholarly activities, as well as advanced graduate training in biomedical, translational, and public health science. Centers and institutes benefit the Health Science Center, as well as affiliated institutions, by facilitating interaction between colleagues with similar and/or complementary research and other scholarly interests.
The Texas A&M Health Science Center supports a number of research programs and centers primarily through its colleges and schools. Larger institutional programs and institutes are generally administered centrally through the Office of the Vice President for Research.
The creation and review of centers and institutes is governed by HSC Internal Policy 11.02.99.Z1.01.
For information regarding the administrative framework for Interdisciplinary Research and Research Training Programs, please read the IRTP Guidelines.
Center for Molecular Disease and Development
College of Medicine
Baylor College of Dentistry
School of Public Health
All centers and institutes are required to undergo external review every five years. The schedule for review of centers and institutes can be found on myHSC.