Texas A&M College of Engineering: Texas A&M-Houston Methodist Visionary EnMed Program off to Stellar Start

To celebrate the launch of Texas A&M University’s EnMed program that will train students jointly in medicine and engineering, a symposium was held at the Houston Methodist Hospital on Oct. 28. The attendees included current EnMed students and faculty, donors, and many distinguished guests from inside and outside academia.

Texas Medical Center News: Houston Methodist and Texas A&M Celebrate Inaugural Class of “Physicianeers”

The new Engineering Medicine program at Texas A&M University and its first students received an official welcome this week with “EnMed: From Vision to Reality” — a joint inaugural symposium. The event, hosted by Houston Methodist Hospital and Texas A&M, celebrated the program’s launch and debut class of physician-engineers.

Texas A&M Foundation Spirit Magazine: Supporting ‘Physicianeers’

Traditionally, medicine and engineering have been separate disciplines. Because of this divide, physicians and engineers increasingly have had to learn to work together as transformational technologies such as minimally invasive biomedical technologies, wearable devices and digital health continue to emerge.