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The Texas A&M University campus and Texas A&M's Department of Biomedical Engineering offer multiple state-of-the-art facilities designed to help bring together the brightest minds across disciplines, colleges and institutions to educate students, conduct landmark research and to develop new and innovative technologies.

Biomedical Research and Education Facilities

The Emerging Technologies Building houses the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. The space is used to educate students, conduct research and develop innovative technologies. It provides 212,000 gross square feet of classroom, laboratory, study area and administrative space.

The Zachry Engineering Education Complex houses the Texas A&M College of Engineering. It is the largest academic building on campus, with 525,000 square feet of classrooms, labs, the SuSu and Mark A. Fischer ’72 Engineering Design Center, Starbucks and study spaces.

The Texas A&M campus is one of the largest in the nation at 5,200 acres and with over 60,000 students. The university has several facilities dedicated to shared research services. View research facilities and resources that biomedical engineering faculty members commonly use.

The Center for Remote Health Technologies & Systems identifies and overcomes health care needs through development of devices, technologies and information systems toward fitness, health monitoring and disease diagnosis, management and prevention globally. Researchers engage state, federal and regulatory agencies, the medical community and industry.

The Texas Institute for Preclinical Studies (TIPS) is a 112,000-square-foot facility for large animal preclinical studies. TIPS includes suites for surgery, pre-op, recovery and intensive care needs. It provides space for large and small animal model development, cardiovascular medical device studies, and implantation and testing.

The National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing is an interdisciplinary workforce education and research center serving the global biopharmaceutical and vaccine manufacturing industries. The staff and faculty are prepared to lead a national response to manufacture pandemic and influenza vaccines, among many other important initiatives.