EnMed is a medical school option for students who not only have interest in diagnosing and treating medical problems, but also want the skills to design and create innovative technological solutions to address healthcare’s greatest challenges.
We call these new kinds of doctors “physicianeers.”
Developed in a partnership with the Texas A&M College of Engineering, Texas A&M College of Medicine and Houston Methodist Hospital, EnMed takes place completely in the famed Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas.
At EnMed, students will:
- Gain experience contributing to all parts of the innovation process through research, design and commercialization projects;
- Engage in a fully integrated medical and engineering curriculum focused on innovation and entrepreneurship;
- Pursue the design and efficiency of innovative medical technologies to advance patient care and clinical practice.
EnMed: An Inside Look
Want to know more about EnMed?
Watch current students and leadership share what you can expect at the first-of-its-kind option for medical school.
The EnMed Tripartite
EnMed is a collaborative venture between award-winning institutions and recognized leaders. See below to learn more about the Texas A&M University College of Medicine, the Texas A&M University College of Engineering and Houston Methodist Hospital.
What does Texas A&M’s leadership say about EnMed?
“Medicine is about more than just biology; it requires technology development”
John Sharp Chancellor
“These innovators, ‘physicianeers’, will radically change the way that health care is delivered”
M. Katherine Banks
“EnMed blends research and commercialization opportunities with a robust medical education model”