The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire world, but it is more important than ever to care for communities closer to home.
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.
Holidays usually mean family time, but how to make this happen in the COVID-19 era? Dr. James McDeavitt, senior vice president and dean of clinical affairs and head of Baylor’s pandemic Incident Command Center, thinks he has a way, following the lesson of the successful NBA bubble.
Calling vaccines the greatest public health achievement in 50 years, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, M.D., M.P.H., said during a visit Monday, Sept. 28, to Baylor College of Medicine that he trusts the process to develop a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine and, along with his family, will be among the first in line to…
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted the educational trajectory of medical students when it first began. While students nationwide were not able to participate in the clinical learning environment due to the unknown disease, two Baylor medical students took the initiative to learn more about the response and what they could do in the ongoing pandemic.