What do sixth graders at the BCM Academy at Ryan have in common with our own trainees? Their surgical knot-tying skills, of course. That’s because the Ryan sixth graders learned the same technique as Baylor residents, though they didn’t have quite as long to perfect their skills.
For Dr. Sophia Banu, assistant professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, helping people has always been her passion. With immense compassion and empathy, Banu has traveled all over the world to help people during some of the most challenging times of their lives.
Although the holiday season is a joyful time, many families this year are still feeling the impacts of Hurricane Harvey. To help bring awareness to the struggle that many families are facing, Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston hosted a program for Houston community leaders, which included insight and information from Baylor faculty.