November was a month of giving back for Baylor College of Medicine employees who volunteered for a myriad of organizations, including U.S. Vets, Project C.U.R.E. and the Hermann Park Conservancy.
As an adoptive mom, I’m always happy to share the experience of how I grew my forever family. My husband, Ryan, and I had been trying to have a baby for several years, and after an ectopic pregnancy and two failed in-vitro fertilization attempts, we were ready to try something new.
International crises require global help and support, and Baylor College of Medicine is working to provide aid where it can.
The next generation of scientists and medical professionals will be ready to tackle the problems of tomorrow thanks to Baylor College of Medicine’s Center for Educational Outreach 2022 Camp Med and Eagle Camp.
On a flight to Boston for a dermatology conference, Dr. Suzanne Alkul heard a commotion in the row behind her. She turned around in her seat and saw a male passenger pale, sweating and struggling to breathe. Her instinct to help kicked in immediately.