As a fourth-year graduate student, Bailey Martin-Giacalone has already checked off an impressive achievement in her career. Last October, she presented her research during a plenary session at the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting in front of a virtual audience of more than 1,000 experts in her field.
Dr. Jennifer Christner shares her educational vision and lessons learned so far as she takes on a new role as senior dean of Baylor’s School of Medicine and School of Health Professions. Read more in this Q&A.
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.
First-year students transitioning into the School of Health Professions at Baylor College of Medicine must master time management. This could include settling into a new city, extracurricular activities, staying fit and finding time for classes and studying. For Raymond Martin, it is a little different as he prepares to compete in his third Paralympic Games.
As the Physician Assistant Program at Baylor College of Medicine’s School of Health Professions celebrates its 50-year anniversary, Donald Black, an alumnus from the first graduating class, remembers it as if it was just yesterday.