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College of Medicine
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77845
Medical Sciences-Interdisciplinary Program
Research training is available in a wide range of areas in many labs in which a student may choose to work. Most faculty members employ multidisciplinary approaches and/or actively collaborate with other local (College of Medicine or adjacent Texas A&M University) or national/international scientists. Students typically do 3-4 laboratory rotations during their first year. Rotations provide students with a chance to explore new research areas, and identify the research topic and environment that best suits their interests. Incoming students are uncommitted: they can sample each and any curricular tract or research lab. Research facilities are located on both the College Station and Temple campuses.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Fringe Rural Area