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BCM - Baylor College of Medicine

Giving life to possible



As an employee of Baylor College of Medicine, your hard work is improving lives. Every member of the Baylor family plays a vital part in making possible a future that is healthier and happier.

The I Am BCM Honor Wall is a tribute and a thank you to the Baylor employees who have made a gift to the BCM Fund. You give because you understand the tremendous impact of your work for patients, for students, for colleagues and even for our loved ones. Thank you to the almost 600 employees who contributed to the BCM Fund in 2014. This year, show your pride with a photo and a smart phone wallet.

A Message from the Co-Chairs

Ashley McKenney participates in the employee giving campaign for the BCM Fund.

On Feb. 16, we kick off the 2015 I Am BCM Employee Campaign. Whether you chose to support Education, Research, Patient Care, or Community Service initiatives, your gift keep the College strong by supporting the mission areas that define our institutional excellence.

As your co-chairs for this campaign, we are grateful for your generosity and your commitment. Together, we give life to possible.

Mary Brandt, M.D.
Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Surgery and Interim Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education

Brendan Lee, M.D., Ph.D.
Robert and Janice McNair Endowed Chair in Molecular and Human Genetics and Professor and Chairman of Molecular and Human Genetics

Butch Roberson
Executive Director, Security Services

Peggy B. Smith, Ph.D.
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of the Baylor Teen Health Clinic

John E. Wolf Jr., M.D. , M.A.
Professor and Chair of Dermatology

P.S. Gifts can be made to the BCM Fund year-round, either online or by payroll deduction.

Your Impact

Giving to the BCM Fund is the primary way many faculty and staff personally support Baylor’s mission. Through employee gifts to the BCM Fund:

  • Innovative biomedical research that is unable to secure funding from traditional sources receives pilot funding.
  • Initiatives to keep Baylor at the forefront of medical and scientific education are supported.
  • Baylor faculty and student volunteers provide medical care to Houston’s homeless and underserved populations.
  • The real world application of medical training is improving patient care.
  • And much more.