On Aug. 14, the newest class of Baylor College of Medicine medical students were ushered into the medical profession with the symbolic White Coat Ceremony. The 185-member Class of 2019 officially donned for the first time their white coats, which they will wear throughout the duration of medical school.
After more than a decade of hard work, immeasurable hours of effort and the submission of three progressively larger core grant applications with the latest submission numbering almost 1,900 pages), the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center can celebrate a significant milestone’s in its history.
Since being named vice chair for clinical affairs for the Department of Otolaryngology, Dr. Kenneth Altman has focused on new approaches to patient care, such as the creation of care teams that allow physicians, nurses and others to work together most effectively for patients. Now, he’s partnering with Baylor’s chief nursing officer, Melinda Eller, on…
The annual art show organized by the Graduate Student Council was held Aug. 3-7, giving students, faculty and staff the opportunity to showcase the talents that they are perhaps less known for – those that take them outside of the classroom, labs and workplace.