Researchers rely on published findings as the foundation for supporting the development of innovative new ideas. The number of times that published findings are cited can be reflective of the impact or influence of the original academic work. In a 2021 report published in PLoS Biology, more than 250 researchers at Baylor College of Medicine…
National Allied Health Professions Week is being celebrated Nov. 7 – 13, 2021. Allied health professionals are an important part of the healthcare team at Baylor and its affiliates. In addition, Baylor is training the next generation of health professionals, including physician assistants, nurse anesthetists, genetic counselors and orthotists and prosthetists.
The advice to Baylor College of Medicine’s 2021 graduates? Be ready to take the unexpected forks in the road that will inevitably come along, because they can turn into opportunity.
BCM Family will share insight from faculty on the culture of professionalism at Baylor College of Medicine, starting with this post by Dr. Tamara Ortiz-Perez, associate professor of radiology and breast imaging fellowship program director and a faculty senator. She provides care at the Breast Care Center at the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center.
A group of women from across all mission areas at Baylor College of Medicine were honored as Women of Excellence for their leadership, mentorship and commitment to academic medicine. In addition, allies who support women in their roles at Baylor also were recognized.