Latest news from Baylor College of Medicine
Dr. Jeffery Rosen honored for breast cancer research Dec 8, 2017 Dr. Jeffrey Rosen was awarded the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Distinguished Lecture in Breast Cancer Research at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
Avoiding holiday family burnout Dec 7, 2017 The holidays often mean family time, but can you have too much of a good thing? Dr. Karen Lawson discusses what you can do to prevent experiencing family burnout.
Coping with obsessive compulsive disorder during holidays Dec 6, 2017 While the holidays are a joyful time, they also can be stressful, especially for those who live with obsessive compulsive disorder. One Baylor College of Medicine expert discusses how to cope with OCD during the holidays.
Dr. Matthew Ellis named to Forbes’ “Physician Honor Roll" Dec 5, 2017 Dr. Matthew Ellis is one of 27 breast oncologists across the country being recognized by Forbes as an exemplary physician in the field of breast cancer oncology.
Dr. Trey Westbrook named new McNair Scholar Dec 5, 2017 Dr. Trey Westbrook has been named the newest McNair Scholar. This recognition will support his work focused on discovering the genes and mechanisms that drive breast cancer and developing the next generation of cancer medicines.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand funds Phase 1 neuroblastoma trial Dec 4, 2017 Dr. Andras Heczey and Dr. Leonid Metelitsa received a $1.5 million grant from Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to conduct a first-in-human Phase 1 Neuroblastoma clinical trial.
Are you getting tested for HIV? Start #DoingIt Dec 1, 2017 On World AIDS Day, health experts at Baylor College of Medicine are reminding everyone that knowing whether or not you are infected with HIV is the first step to living a healthy life.
Dr. Lamelas offers minimally invasive ascending aorta surgery Nov 30, 2017 Dr. Joseph Lamelas, professor and associate chief of cardiac surgery in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery, offers minimally invasive procedure to replace ascending aorta.
Baylor only Texas site awarded NCI grant to help end smoking Nov 28, 2017 The Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center is the only site in the state of Texas that will implement a National Cancer Institute-funded tobacco cessation program for cancer patients.
Don’t let stigma behind HIV stop you from getting tested Nov 27, 2017 Experts at the Baylor Teen Health Clinic are encouraging more testing and education among teens to help rid the growing sigma of HIV.