Sept. 15 – Oct. 15 marked Hispanic Heritage Month, and Baylor recognized this in part by featuring some of our Hispanic research faculty in its science blog, From the Labs.
Holidays usually mean family time, but how to make this happen in the COVID-19 era? Dr. James McDeavitt, senior vice president and dean of clinical affairs and head of Baylor’s pandemic Incident Command Center, thinks he has a way, following the lesson of the successful NBA bubble.
At Baylor, the flu vaccine is required by College policy. The flu vaccine is especially important this year as we face an ongoing pandemic and concurrent flu season.
Milestone celebrations look different this year as we fight to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean festivities are cancelled altogether. Baylor’s emergency medicine residents and their loved ones gathered via Zoom for a virtual graduation followed by a drive-by parade to commemorate their hard work over the last three years.