While it has only been two years since Texas A&M University’s Engineering Medicine (EnMed) accepted its first class of medical students in Houston, EnMed’s students have already started giving back to their local community through a fully student-run mentorship program. More than 30 EnMed students currently serve as mentors to over 60 mentees in high […]
Second-year EnMed student, Nickolas Mundo, and EnMed faculty member, Dr. Thomas Peterson, joined the Texas A&M College of Medicine’s medical missions team on a trip to Lima, Peru in 2020. The annual trip was organized by the student chapter of the Christian Medical Association (CMA). Dr. Peterson has served as the faculty advisor and trip leader […]
As students in Engineering Medicine’s class of 2024 completed their first semester of medical school, EnMed’s leadership recognized their work toward becoming physicianeers. At the close of the semester, EnMed hosted its first-ever EnMed Innovation Awards. “One of the first classes you’ll take as a student in EnMed is Practice of Medicine,” said Dr. Nick […]
Texas A&M’s chief executive officer over the Engineering Health program and executive dean for Engineering Medicine will receive the prestigious lifetime achievement award from the National Science Board. The organization announced that Dr. Roderic Pettigrew will be presented with the Vannevar Bush Award, one of the nation’s highest science awards. It honors lifelong science and technology leaders who […]
Dr. Roderic I. Pettigrew, a Ph.D. and M.D. who is the Robert A. Welch Professor in the College of Medicine and professor of biomedical engineering in the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University, has been elected into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.