Baylor College of Medicine hosted the 2019 Alumni Reunion May 2-4, welcoming graduates back to campus for a full slate of continuing medical education sessions, campus tours and social events, including the annual Alumni Awards and Recognition Dinner.
One of the many important goals of The Robert and Janice McNair Foundation is to create a different tomorrow through education and medical research, and this focus can be seen through its support of Baylor College of Medicine.
Holocaust survivors and twin brothers Dr. Bernard Schanzer and Mr. Henry Schanzer spoke to a standing room only auditorium about their experience in Nazi-occupied France during World War II, where they survived through their mother’s resourcefulness and the help of others who put their own lives at risk.
Age is just a number, but for Baylor College of Medicine’s Huffington Center on Aging it represents three decades of important research into the processes that contribute to aging and the diseases associated with it.
Nobel Laureate Dr. Robert Lefkowitz delivered the 2018 commencement address, in which he discussed the importance and power of experiencing a true calling.