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Founded by the Teague Cranston Act, Texas A&M University School of Medicine was created to serve the underserved populations of Texas with the core values of Texas A&M University. Today, we are leading the way for twenty-first century medicine through research, clinical care, and medical education.

Customized academic opportunities

The School of Medicine offers a wide array of traditional degrees and dual degree programs. The MD degree program enrolls the majority of our students and includes multiple dual degree options to help students find the right educational path for their career goals. Additionally, the Graduate Program in Medical Sciences, leading to a PhD or MS, is administered within the School of Medicine and is granted through the School of Graduate Studies.

Amy Waer, MD
"We love working with students and residents - it’s why we get up in the morning. If you want to make a difference, I believe Texas A&M is the place to make it happen.”

Amy Waer, MD

Jean and Tom McMullin Endowed Dean


Aerospace Medicine

Our Mission...
To become the premiere academic leader for
Aerospace Medical Research, Education, and Clinical Practice.



We make the impossible, possible—by creating systems and technologies that address health care’s greatest challenges, and bringing together the brightest minds in health care and engineering.

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Rural Medicine

We’re bringing health care where it’s needed most. Through our keen focus on rural populations and innovative care delivery, we’re eliminating health disparities throughout Texas.

Lamees El Nihum
"My goal through EnMed is to develop a device or process that will aid cardiac surgeons or interventional cardiologists to better treat those born with congenital heart defects and allow for fewer invasive surgeries, or perhaps even eliminate the need for them.”

Lamees Nihum

EnMed pilot student

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As required by Texas Education Code, the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will hold a public hearing to receive input from students regarding the proposed new undergraduate tuition and fee structure as shown in Agenda Item 1.1 for Texas A&M University, Texas A&M University at Galveston, and Texas A&M Health Science Center to be effective with the Fall 2023 Semester. This hearing is for students to provide input to the Board of Regents and will be scheduled during the November 10, 2022, Board Meeting, Memorial Student Center (MSC), Bethancourt Ballroom 2300 (D&E), 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Students wishing to provide public testimony on proposed increases should follow the guidelines as set forth-in Policy 02.01 (paragraph 2) posted on the Board's website.