Months ago, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Baylor employee Asela Nieuwsma and her fiancé, BCM urology resident Alexander Liu, were faced with the news that their dream wedding wouldn’t go forward as planned. They decided to adapt to the situation and exchange vows in a scaled back ceremony.
If you blink you might miss Dr. Lynn Zechiedrich’s cameo on a United Nations Foundation’s music video, but you most certainly can hear her throughout the performance.
Researchers around the world are working every day to learn more about COVID-19 — from how the virus is transmitted to how it affects patients and the best ways to treat it. Scientific understanding is developing so rapidly that it can be hard to keep up with all the latest research.
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.
Music brings emotion to any situation, and many rely on music and sound for therapeutic reasons. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Baylor’s Christina Reed saw a place for music therapy for obstetric and gynecology patients.