Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Research

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Research Resources

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As you begin your career in research it is impossible to predict where your investigations will need. Therefore it is essential to have access to diverse resources, not only equipment but also experienced individuals available to help you identify the resources you need and master their use.

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Faculty Research

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The VIICTR Profiles website provides options to search our faculty by research interests and view faculty publications. Many faculty members also maintain laboratory and research program websites where you can learn more about their research. Already know of faculty members with whom you might like to work and want to learn more about them? Search for their profile by name using the “PEOPLE” tab on our search page.

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Student Perspectives

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From The Labs
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"From the Labs" - the BCM research blog - interviews students who contribute to research covered in the blog to share their perspective on their research and their experience at BCM. 

Ethan Roy discussed his challenging beginnings in the lab, his fascination with neurodegenerative diseases and his plans to make a career in one of the ‘final frontiers’ of science and medicine. Read the interview.

Amanda Brown shared what drives her fascination with science, her interest in science communication and her future plans in academia. Read the interview and this article on  Brown’s work on the role of Purkinje cells in tremors.

Victoria Tenge discussed her love for virology, the challenges of studying the complex yet fascinating norovirus and how she found many opportunities to polish her communication skills. Read the interview and this article on her project on norovirus bile-dependent replication.

Joshua M. Adams shared about his professional interests, how he overcame hurdles he encountered along the way and the highlights of his research work. Read the interview and this article on his work on Alagille syndrome.

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From the Labs

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A group of researchers led by Dr. Christine Beeton has found that one of the hundreds of components in scorpion venom can reduce the severity of the disease in animal models, without inducing side effects associated with similar treatments. Follow the From the Labs blog to keep up to date on the latest research news from Baylor College of Medicine.

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Impactful Research

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Baylor College of Medicine's research has a global impact. Our record of achievements has included the discovery of new treatments and diagnostic tools as well as the pioneering of new fields of investigation. Evidence of our impact can be seen in the many awards and honors received by Baylor College of Medicine and in the achievements of our faculty as seen in the many awards they receive.

Browse the latest news about research at Baylor College of Medicine and the daily news coverage of our research by local, national and international news media.