The challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic gave Baylor College of Medicine’s class of 2023 three things, according to Dr. Paul Klotman, president, CEO and executive dean.
On a sunny day in May, you might find Dr. Ida Orengo, chair of Baylor College of Medicine’s dermatology department, at Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros.
A longstanding tradition at Baylor College of Medicine is the Donor Honor Ceremony, a night when trainees and faculty thank the “silent teachers” who donate their bodies after death to improve science and knowledge of future medical professionals.
The topic of mental health manifests itself differently among varying religions, and while the stigma around mental healthcare still exists, professionals at Baylor College of Medicine strive to create access.
After a severe earthquake hit Turkey and Syria in early February, immediate aid was necessary. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake caused extreme devastation and destruction, killing more than 57,000 people and injuring more than 125,000 others.