Every year, first-year medical students at Baylor head outside the walls of the College for Community Health Day, where they and other organizations offer much needed services. But it’s also a rich learning experience for students. This year’s Community Health Day was March 25 at Ethel Mosley Young Elementary School near the Sunnyside neighborhood.
Matters of the heart can be complicated but Andrew L. Lopez III, a second-year graduate student in the Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, is hoping to advance our understanding of them, at least in terms of heart development.
After Sean Chang’s dissertation defense for his Ph.D., he began his search for his first job. However, having spent his whole life up to this point as a student immersed in academia, he was uncertain where and how to start.
Daniel Wang was a first-year student and starting to feel the stress of medical school when he signed up as a volunteer photographer at an event benefiting the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a nonprofit that supports cancer research. Ironically, from that desire to get his mind off of school by indulging his photography hobby was born…