Texas Heart Partners with A&M Vet School On Stem Cell Therapies


Gov. Rick Perry announces $3 million grant to create a biotechnology collaboration between Texas A&M's veterinary school and the Texas Heart Institute. THI's founding surgeon, Dr. Denton Cooley, looks on.

New Center will play a key role in securing Texas’s very critical emerging role in biotechnology. |   Read Full Story

The Texas Heart Institute in the Medical Center is now partnering with The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.  The two institutions will share a $3 million dollar award from Governor Rick Perry’s emerging technology fund. The new collaboration will focus on cell and organ-based biotechnology. The research will benefit both humans and animals.







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