On a flight to Boston for a dermatology conference, Dr. Suzanne Alkul heard a commotion in the row behind her. She turned around in her seat and saw a male passenger pale, sweating and struggling to breathe. Her instinct to help kicked in immediately.
As a fourth-year graduate student, Bailey Martin-Giacalone has already checked off an impressive achievement in her career. Last October, she presented her research during a plenary session at the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting in front of a virtual audience of more than 1,000 experts in her field.
The career of one of Houston’s most renowned trauma surgeons and medical educators was recognized and honored at an April 7 dedication ceremony for the Kenneth L Mattox, M.D., Surgical Suite at Ben Taub Hospital.
Dhanatcha Sadetaporn wiped away happy tears as she clutched a bouquet of light pink and white roses and smiled for photos with her close family. Moments before, the 25-year-old Katy resident ripped open an envelope revealing she had matched into the psychiatry program at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, her first choice for residency partly…
For some scoliosis patients, wearing a brace is crucial. Children with scoliosis not only have to adjust to bracing physically, but socially. A Baylor College of Medicine expert in bracing has transformed the way adolescents deal with wearing a brace.
Dr. Jennifer Christner shares her educational vision and lessons learned so far as she takes on a new role as senior dean of Baylor’s School of Medicine and School of Health Professions. Read more in this Q&A.