Six months into her first year of medical school, Nasim Khalfe and her classmates at Baylor College of Medicine faced the unprecedented prospect of training to be doctors during a pandemic.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many events at Baylor have transitioned to a virtual format, and this turns out to have some unexpected benefits.
First-year medical students Sarah Durbin and Ben Holder have launched an initiative called the Professional Educator Appreciation and Recognition, or PEAR, Awards to recognize mentors who have had a significant impact on students during their medical training.
Through the Lens, a specially curated photography exhibit and event, was held Sept. 26 to highlight and celebrate 20 years of the Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative at Texas Children’s Hospital.
Third-year medical student Martavius Lovall devoted a lot of time and energy to Baylor’s involvement in this summer’s Pride Festival and Parade in downtown Houston, and there was one particular moment that filled him with, well, pride.