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Baylor College of Medicine medical students to participate in state-wide CPR trainingJan 27, 2016
Baylor College of Medicine to participate in statewide, hands-only CPR training event that will emphasize the two most important steps of CPR: calling 911 and starting compressions.
HIV Prevention Summit aims to help reduce new HIV infections in Houston areaJan 26, 2016
Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine will host the PrEP Houston HIV Prevention Summit to help discuss the tools necessary to reduce the risk of new infections in at-risk populations in greater Houston.
City recognizes Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day Oct 13, 2015
Baylor College of Medicine joins City of Houston and local organizations in recognizing awareness for metastatic breast cancer.
Dr. Rachelle Doody to give “Update on Alzheimer’s Disease” lecture Sep 24, 2015
The Houston community will have an opportunity to hear one of the leading researchers on Alzheimer’s disease discuss the latest research on the disease at the annual “Update on Alzheimer’s Disease” lecture.
Baylor College of Medicine’s Wellness 5K Race/Walk to take place this OctoberSep 15, 2015
The 4th annual Baylor College of Medicine Wellness 5K Race and Walk will take place Saturday, Oct. 10, at 8:30 a.m.
Ethics plays important role in explaining genome sequencing to parents/childrenSep 14, 2015
Baylor researcher collaborate on report examining ethical issues that arise from genome sequencing results, considerations when offering these tests to parents and their children.
Cycle for a cureSep 9, 2015
Baylor teaming up with Ovarian Cancer Research Fund for Sept. 19 Ovarian Cycle Houston event.
Global Health Hackathon: Where clinical problems meet innovative solutionsAug 6, 2015
What could happen when you put healthcare professionals, engineers and businesspeople in one room and give them 24 hours to solve some of the most challenging clinical problems from across the world?
Award-winning play raises awareness for Alzheimer’s disease in African-American communityJul 9, 2015
African-Americans are two times more likely to develop the debilitating neurological disorder and are less likely to have an early diagnosis, resulting in less treatment time.
Baylor College of Medicine graduates 276 physicians and scientists May 27, 2015
The 2015 class of Baylor College of Medicine, including 184 medical school graduates and 92 graduates of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, were awarded diplomas May 27, in a commencement ceremony at the Jones H. Hall for Performing Arts.