Dating is hard. Work, family and social commitments, personal goals and societal pressures to accommodate leave little time to spare. John Antonio, lead project coordinator of graduate medical education in Baylor’s Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, has spent the last few years examining the most efficient and effective characteristics that drive dating life.
From neurocritical care to an update on cancer prevention, treatment and research on the occasion of Dr. Kent Osborne’s 70th birthday to educational innovation, May was full of events at the College. Read a recap of some of these significant events.
On Aug. 14, the newest class of Baylor College of Medicine medical students were ushered into the medical profession with the symbolic White Coat Ceremony. The 185-member Class of 2019 officially donned for the first time their white coats, which they will wear throughout the duration of medical school.