Education News

Baylor leads collaborative effort to recruit surgeon-scientistsAug 21, 2018
A collaborative effort has culminated in the T32 Research Training Program in Cardiovascular Surgery in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine.
New program educates next environmental health scientistsAug 14, 2018
A new T32 training grant looks to address a gap in population health and precision medicine research training and experience.
Teaching your child how to be empathetic Aug 6, 2018
Although empathy can be a hard quality for parents to teach to their children, Dr. Eric Storch gives his advice on how they can do this.
Baylor launches community breast cancer education eventJun 27, 2018
Baylor College of Medicine has launched Breast Cancer Conversations, a quarterly educational event designed to inform the public about what’s new in breast cancer.
Funding available for space health postdoctoral fellowshipsMay 30, 2018
The Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) funds groundbreaking research and development that can reduce the risks to the health and performance of humans on space exploration missions.
Class of 2018 encouraged to serve others, find true callingMay 30, 2018
Service to others and to the community was the focus of Baylor College of Medicine’s 2018 Commencement, where 187 students graduated from Baylor’s School of Medicine and 77 from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Baylor faculty celebrated as outstanding educational leadersMay 18, 2018
Baylor College of Medicine honored its top educational leaders at the Faculty Awards Day ceremony, held Thursday, May 17, in the College’s Cullen Auditorium.
Allied Health school renamed to School of Health ProfessionsMay 7, 2018
The Academic Council and Board of Trustees at Baylor College of Medicine have approved the renaming of the School of Allied Health Sciences to the School of Health Professions.
Tips for students on how to avoid burnoutApr 5, 2018
Between school, homework and extracurricular activities, it can be hard for students to balance all of their responsibilities, which can lead to a feeling of being burned out. Dr. Karen Lawson gives her tips on how students can avoid feeling this way.
It’s a match! Medical students paired with residency programsMar 16, 2018
Fourth-year medical students at Baylor College of Medicine learned where they would be continuing their medical training for the next three to seven years during Match Day.