In 2015, trainees from across the TMC came together to start the Consulting Club at the Texas Medical Center, an organization that helps advance-degree candidates learn more about careers in management consulting. It offers educational workshops on business basics, resume building and case interview preparation and consists of Ph.D. students, medical students, postdocs and residents…
Baylor joins in recognition of National PA Week, Oct. 6 – 12. Physician assistants are an important part of the healthcare team. Baylor value its PAs working in our clinics and students who are training to become physician assistants. Learn more about first-year student Joselyn Braimah in the School of Health Professions’ Physician Assistant Program.
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.
Francie Hessel probably never could have predicted that her final months of medical school would be reshaped by the global COVID-19 pandemic. Still, she’s poised to start a psychiatry residency at Weill Cornell-New York Presbyterian Hospital this summer, after participating in Baylor’s virtual commencement on May 21.
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.