Fact Sheets

Texas A&M University Fact Sheet (PDF)

Key facts about Texas A&M.


Research Integrity (PDF)

The Division of Research is responsible for providing training and support to faculty, students, and staff in regulatory requirements for scientific research.

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Animal Care and Use: Roles and Responsibilities (PDF)

Texas A&M's Animal Welfare Assurance Program developed from the University's commitment to address and comply with federal, local, and state requirements regarding the use of animals in teaching and research. To learn more about Animal Care and Use: Roles and Responsibilities or research involving animals, visit the Animals section of this website.

Attending Veterinarian at Texas A&M (PDF)

Texas A&M's attending veterinarian (AV) is responsible for the health and well-being of all animals used for research, teaching, and testing. Visit the Comparative Medicine Program web page for more information on the AV.

Bat Awareness (PDF)

Bats control insect populations around the world, but may also carry diseases that can affect humans and other animals. The Office of Biosafety has developed a set of rules on interacting with bats in the environment.

Biological Safety at Texas A&M: Roles and Responsibilities (PDF)

The Texas A&M biological safety program developed from the University’s commitment to address and comply with federal and local requirements regarding the use of biohazards and recombinant DNA. To learn more about Texas A&M's roles and responsibilities in biological safety, or biohazards in research, visit the Biohazards section of the website.


Good Laboratory Practices (PDF)

Texas A&M's Quality System Program is designed to help laboratories engage in ethical practices while conducting research. For more information, visit the Good Laboratory Practices section of the website.

Guiding Principles of Research Compliance (PDF)

Guiding principles of research compliance developed by The Texas A&M University System.

Human Subjects in Research: Roles and Responsibilities (PDF)

The Texas A&M Human Subjects Protection Program developed from the University’s commitment to address and comply with federal and local requirements regarding the protection of human subjects in research. To learn more about the roles and responsibilities of human subjects research, or for additional information about human subject research, visit the Human Subjects section of the website.


Rabies Awareness (PDF)

Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus that attacks the central nervous system. Infection causes an acute, progressive encephalomyelitis that is almost always fatal.

Responsible Conduct of Research (PDF)

Texas A&M is committed to conducting research responsibly and ethically. This fact sheet contains information regarding the responsibility of Texas A&M students, staff, faculty, and administrators to maintain ethical standards of research and scholarship and report suspected abuse of these standards. For additional information, see Responsible Conduct of Research on the website.