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To combat emerging disease threats, Texas A&M University has constructed the Texas A&M Global Health Research Complex (TAMGHRC)—an $86 million, 102,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art, nationally distinct facility and core laboratory serving as a system-wide resource to combat emerging disease threats.

The TAMGHRC supports and advances multi-disciplinary large animal and insect vector research, education and training opportunities for faculty at Texas A&M and their partners from other academic institutions and industry.