A year ago, no one could have predicted what 2020 held in store for us. It’s been a challenging year, to use an overused description, but not one without it’s bright spots – whether it was new babies, new partners, or new collaborations in the workplace.
Each year, Veterans Day affords the opportunity to recognize veterans for their service to our country. At Baylor, we thank the many veterans who are part of our community not only for their contributions to the nation, but also to our institution.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire world, but it is more important than ever to care for communities closer to home.
How did someone who spent the early years of his life working in the cotton fields and orchards of California during the Depression become a legend in the specialty of trauma care? You ask that of Dr. Ken Mattox and he’ll say, “By taking on the big, tough cases and figuring out how to make…
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many events at Baylor have transitioned to a virtual format, and this turns out to have some unexpected benefits.