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The vision of the PATHS-UP Engineering Research Center is to change the paradigm for the health of underserved populations by developing revolutionary and cost-effective technologies and systems at the point-of-care.

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April 17, 2024Congratulations to Dr. Coté for receiving the 2024 Chancellor’s Innovation Award. This prestigious award acknowledges the outstanding efforts of faculty, staff, and teams who have made transformative and groundbreaking contributions to teaching, research, and service at Texas A&M institutions. The award not only recognizes innovative projects but also provides support for their further development, fostering […] [...] Read more...
November 30, 2023The first Digital Health Workshop aimed at catalyzing advancements in digital health toward cardiovascular and diabetes research that addresses the needs of both adult and pediatric populations was held at Rice University, Houston, on August 29-30, 2023. Spearheaded by the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Engineering Research Center (ERC) Precise Advanced Technologies and Health Systems for Underserved Populations (PATHS-UP), […] [...] Read more...
July 14, 2023PATHS-UP Fellows (graduate students) who just finished his Ph.D., Cyril Soliman, as well as one of PATHS-UP faculty, Sam Mabbott (leading the C2C grant) and one of our industry advisor board members, Michael Matthews, vice president of the spectroscopy division at Wasatch Photonics, had an exciting discussion on their work to develop a surface-enhanced Raman […] [...] Read more...

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