Today is National Doctors’ Day, a day set aside to thank doctors and physicians for their work and contributions to individual lives and communities. At Baylor College of Medicine, we asked our doctors to reflect on their careers through the lens of three questions.
Alexis Batiste, a third-year medical student interested in orthopedic surgery, read a paper published in 2014 with an alarming statistic: fewer Black men applied to medical school that year than in 1978.
With days to go before the 51st annual Chevron Houston Marathon and Aramco Houston Half Marathon, Baylor College of Medicine would like to celebrate its runners who have trained for months and will lace their shoes to run their race on Jan. 15.
November was a month of giving back for Baylor College of Medicine employees who volunteered for a myriad of organizations, including U.S. Vets, Project C.U.R.E. and the Hermann Park Conservancy.
As an adoptive mom, I’m always happy to share the experience of how I grew my forever family. My husband, Ryan, and I had been trying to have a baby for several years, and after an ectopic pregnancy and two failed in-vitro fertilization attempts, we were ready to try something new.