It’s August, and that means there are lots of new faces around the halls of Baylor College of Medicine. New medical school and graduate school students started July 31, with both groups being welcomed at new-student orientations.
Orthotics and prosthetics student Sarah Bradley has been running since high school when she joined the cross country team. She later discovered a passion for marathons and has participated in the pinnacle of long-distance events, the Boston Marathon, three times, including in April 2017.
Trainees at Baylor recently celebrated two milestone achievements — Match Day and induction into the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Medical students had the opportunity to highlight their research on a breadth of clinical and basic science topics at the 17th annual Henry J.N. Taub and James K. Alexander Medical Student Research Symposium, held March 9.
The Career Development Center at Baylor College of Medicine opened its doors to students in January 2016. Since its opening, the Center has been working hard to prepare students for job interviews and life after graduation.