An important part of students’ medical education at Baylor College of Medicine comes through the anatomy lab, where they receive training during their first months as students. They learn from their instructors, through peer-to-peer learning and, perhaps most importantly, through their “silent professors.”
Fourth-year students at Baylor College of Medicine are wrapping up medical school, but first they had to unwrap the colorful match board and tear open the envelopes that chart their future over the coming years.
Select Baylor College of Medicine fourth-year medical students and residents were recently inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society, an international organization that recognizes, supports and promotes the values of humanism and professionalism in medicine.
About 240 sixth graders from the Baylor College of Medicine Academy at Ryan spent half a day on the Baylor campus, during which they were welcomed to the Baylor family and given a glimpse of the commitment required for medical education and a career in the health sciences.