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.
From implementing distance learning and organizing virtual research presentations through Zoom and other online programs to updating curriculum to include COVID coursework, educational leaders at Baylor College of Medicine are charting new territory during the coronavirus pandemic.
This month’s Student Corner highlights Jaime Reyes in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Learn more about his passion for science and why he chose Baylor College of Medicine.
A group of Baylor College of Medicine’s best and brightest, and most compassionate, students and trainees recently were inducted in to two separate medical honor societies – the Gold Humanism Honor Society and Alpha Omega Alpha.
In celebration of Black History Month, the Association for Graduate Student Diversity hosted a panel discussion on the “African American Journey in Science: Accomplishments, Struggles and Perseverance.” Students heard from guest speakers who gave them career advice focused on challenges they might face being students of color.