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Dr. Sophia Tsai, Dr. Ming-Jer Tsai receive Outstanding Achievement in Endocrine Science AwardNov 7, 2013
The couple, long-time scientists at BCM and stalwarts in their department, are major contributors to the field of nuclear receptors in development and diseases.
Siblings of children with special needs, topic of monthly genetics seminarNov 7, 2013
Baylor College of Medicine experts to discuss support for siblings of children with special needs during Nov. 12 Evening with Genetics seminar.
Brain warps scenes to cancel out perceptual delaysNov 4, 2013
Baylor researchers report a new discovery which may unmask the mechanisms by which the brain strives to perceive a more up-to-the-second view.
Huffington Center on Aging highlightsNov 4, 2013
See the Huffington Center on Aging's highlights in research, education and clinical care over the past 25 years.
Huffiington Center on Aging celebrates 25th anniversary Nov 4, 2013
After a quarter century, aging center is still young at heart.
Multimillion dollar contract provides funding to continue vaccine researchNov 1, 2013
College one of nine institutions that have been awarded a Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit contract from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Volunteers needed for avian influenza trialNov 1, 2013
Researchers at Baylor are recruiting adults between the ages of 19 and 64 who are in good health for avian influenza trial.
New protein 'lights up' double stranded DNA breaks in bacterial, human genomeOct 30, 2013
Findings at Baylor offer new tool in quantifying how often DNA breaks occur in the human genome.
Experts provide tips for a healthy, safe HalloweenOct 30, 2013
Keep your Halloween full of treats instead of tricks with some tips from experts at Baylor College of Medicine.
Compound from natural substance could one day prevent goutOct 29, 2013
Baylor College of Medicine researchers have developed a safer, low toxicity option to prevent gout that could be used on humans in the future.