Before the advent of modern communication, pigeons are said to have been used to send messages across long distances. Today, some special pigeons at Baylor are delivering messages of another sort – important information about what’s going on in the brain during navigation.
Clumsy in her high school science class, Ruth SoRelle nevertheless had an interest in health and in uncovering what drives scientific discovery. When she combined that interest with her love of writing, she found her passion and embarked on a successful career as a science writer.
Baylor College of Medicine’s Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery is now offering online appointment scheduling for existing patients.
“Has anyone tried pumpkin pie? We’re going to make it today – you can try it!” announces Sohini Bandy, a medical student at Baylor College of Medicine. She’s speaking to a group of excited high schoolers in the PAIR program – the Partnership for the Advancement and Immersion of Refugees.