BCM faculty, staff celebrate Dr. Wah Chiu's election to the National Academy of Sciences

JULY 2012

Chiu honored at college reception

July 1, 2012

A college-wide celebration was held June 21 to honor Dr. Wah Chiu on his election to the National Academy of Sciences.

BCM students win prize for social media-conscious health data

July 1, 2012

A team of students from three Houston institutions – including Baylor College of Medicine – was awarded first prize in the Go Viral to Improve Health collegiate challenge for the team's social-network-connected system to track vaccinations.

Medical student receives prestigious urology research award

July 1, 2012

Fourth-year medical student Lissette Gomez's dream to be a physician-scientist in the field of urology is nearing reality.

You FIRST winners

July 1, 2012

You FIRST winners for quarter three have been announced. You FIRST recognizes outstanding customer service by staff and physicians at all BCM Clinic locations.

BCM first to offer Space Medicine Track to medical students

July 1, 2012

Medical students who have an interest in space medicine can now take courses in the world's first officially recognized space medicine track as they pursue their medical degrees.

Students and faculty roll up their sleeves for a good cause

July 1, 2012

BCM will partner with the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center for a blood drive July 17 and 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Rayzor Lounge.

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

Serena Flanagan

Pediatrics – Adolescent and Sports Medicine

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Alicia Lay

Fourth-year medical student

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Health Hints

Parents shouldn’t worry about their children falling behind academically because of the summer break, as long as they are involved in engaging activities. This could be a sports activity, summer camp, day trips to the museum or other activities youngsters find fun and interesting.

— Dr. James Bray, associate professor of family and community medicine