Surgical simulations to correct scoliosis deformity, fix a broken leg and repair a rotator cuff were on the agenda for over 30 local high school young women on a Saturday morning in October at Baylor College of Medicine, which was the site of The Perry Initiative’s daylong program that aims to get young women interested…
Move over football, there’s a new game in town – lacrosse. OK, so maybe it won’t overtake football as Texas’ favorite sport but lacrosse is growing in popularity, and Baylor College of Medicine is doing its part to support the growth of the sport locally.
Pathology residents at Baylor College of Medicine rotate through many different hospitals in the Texas Medical Center, but now they have a place to hang their hats no matter where they are headed.
Dr. Garrett “Rush” Lynch has spent his professional and adult life trying to save and extend lives, often taking on the most difficult cancer cases. He has treated Houston’s elite and its poorest citizens with the same diligence and care. Now he is retiring, much to the regrets and dismay of his patients and colleagues.