Texas Children’s Hospital has three distinct research facilities that offer specific areas of focus to expand learning opportunities. The Feigin Center houses state-of-the-art laboratories including a GMP cell and vector processing facility; an animal imaging facility, and SIM center for educational training. The Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute offers collaboration with different clinical departments to research developmental disorders and other inherited pediatric neurological diseases. The Children’s Nutrition Research Center, the largest and most comprehensive center of its kind, is dedicated to the study of childhood nutrition.
- Residents have the opportunity to interact, pursue, and receive mentorship from all faculty, including subspecialties.
- Residents gain insight into future subspecialty career options during Fellow’s Research Day.
- Baylor College of Medicine’s reputation and scholarly research pursuits attract high acceptance rates of residents interested in fellowship opportunities at other prestigious institutions.
- The Texas Medical Center provides avenues for collaboration with other institutions of higher learning and patient care such as The University of Texas School of Public Health, MD Anderson and Rice University.