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Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems

The mission of the Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems (CRHTS) is to serve the state, nation and global community by addressing critical needs in health care and, in particular, in emergency and other situations where there is no doctor in close proximity but it is essential that timely care can be provided remotely. The center promotes fundamental research in medical devices and information systems that efficiently and reliably gather, process and convey medical and diagnostic data to physicians so they are able to provide care at a distance. The center performs fundamental research in both biomedical sensors and wireless systems to reliably and efficiently communicate information, and develops prototype systems that incorporate the results of the research and engages the medical device industry, state and federal agencies, and the medical community in design, development, testing and deployment of those systems.

Gerard L. Coté

  • Director, Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems
  • Holder of the James J. Cain Professorship I
Gerard L. Coté

National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing

The National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing (NCTM) is a first-of-its-kind, multi-disciplinary workforce education institution and biopharmaceutical manufacturing center, located at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The NCTM’s workforce development mission is to provide education, training, and outreach programs to produce a highly skilled workforce for the vital U.S. and global pharmaceutical industry.

Zivko Nikolovo

  • Director, National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing (NCTM)
  • Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Zivko Nikolovo