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A health sciences university like Baylor College of Medicine is defined by its commitment to its mission of excellence in patient care, biomedical research, medical education and community service – with a single objective: the improved health of the community.

With this commitment in mind, we provide a range of health-focused resources including seminars, lectures, online libraries, interactive experiences and featured events. These programs are forged with the goal of expanding educational resources available to the public and to and contribute to the health and vitality of all of our communities.

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Upcoming Events and Opportunities for the Community
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July 10, 20242024 TMC Veterans Committee Hiring EventMembers of the Baylor community with friends and family who are veterans can spread the word of the upcoming in-person hiring event hosted by the Texas Medical Center Veteran Committee. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 10 at the TMC Innovation Institute, 2450 Holcombe Blvd., Suite X, speakers will provide expertise on workplace and employment topics, along with a Q&A by a panel of veteran representatives for TMC and other institutions, including BCM. Learn more.
OngoingLung Health StudyBaylor researchers seek volunteers to participate in a study to evaluate the evolution of lung disease and how a young, healthy adult’s lung function changes over time. Participants must be between 25- and 35-years-old, not have severe asthma or other chronic lung disease, not have diagnosed cardiovascular diseases and not have a history of cancer other than non-melanoma skin cancer. People of Black and Hispanic descent are especially encouraged to participate. Compensation is provided upon completion of initial baseline visit and follow-up communications. Call 713-798-2681, email Laura.Bertrand@bcm.edu.Learn more.
OngoingBioethics Grand RoundsEver-changing topics related to ethical, social, legal and policy issues that arise in biomedicine and biomedical research.View schedule on the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy’s Community & Events page.
Fall 2024
*For parents, caregivers, health professionals
Evenings with GeneticsEvenings with Genetics is a seminar series about genetics and family’s health, based on the most current information for many genetic conditions.Visit the website for the latest information on upcoming virtual seminars.