Students in the anatomy course contributed to this mural in honor of those that donated their bodies to science. It will be displayed in the anatomy lab.

April 2013

Students honor silent professors

April 1, 2013

Medical and allied health students at BCM recently took some time to pause and honor those who made the ultimate contribution to the study of science by willing their bodies to science after death.

April events at BCM

April 1, 2013

Whatever your interests, there is likely to be an event for you at BCM in April – from symposia to the Avon Walk to a celebration of World Voice Day.

Medical Mentors program takes on obesity

April 1, 2013

A group of BCM medical students received a grant to help implement a program at a Houston middle school that will tackle the epidemic of childhood obesity on a local level.

Students, residents inducted into honor society

April 1, 2013

A group of BCM fourth-year medical students as well as residents and fellows were elected as members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society for their commitment to humanistic patient care.

Another successful Match Day in the books

April 1, 2013

One of BCM's largest fourth-year classes ever participated in Match Day on March 15, and will soon spread out over the country for their residencies.

New name, new grant, same recycling message

April 1, 2013

The BCM recycling program is now known as the BCM Resource Stewardship and Sustainability Program but its goals remain the same, to reduce waste on campus, promote recycling and maintain a sustainable and environmentally conscious campus.

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Every month we focus on an outstanding staff member of the BCM Family.

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STUDENT CORNER

Amy Hurwitz, Matthew Collinson-Pautz and Sunandan Saha

Graduate students

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Health Hints

School children in Texas will be taking a series of standardized tests over the coming weeks, but it's important not to stress over tests. Parents should help their kids keep a positive attitude by reminding them to do their best and not reinforcing any anxiety. They should also make sure their kids get plenty of sleep and eat a healthy breakfast.

— Megan Mooney, adjunct assistant professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences