Basic predictions about changes that will happen to emergency medicine care after the Affordable Care Act based on prior evidence that has been published from states that have done similar reforms as well.
Dr. Russell Ray, assistant professor of neuroscience and McNair Scholar at Baylor, has been awarded two prestigious honors, a fellowship in the Parker B. Francis Fellowship Program and a March of Dimes Basil O’ Connor Starter Scholar Research Award.
Virus-specific cell therapy used in cord blood transplant patients successfully prevented 3 of the most problematic post-transplant viruses affecting this group of patients – cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus, and adenovirus.
Baylor College of Medicine has received two new grants totaling $325,000 from the Avon Foundation for Women that will help its physicians and researchers continue to improve access to life-saving breast cancer prevention and treatment resources.
The identification of a patient who died from the human form of “mad cow disease” demonstrates the need for continued global tracking and awareness of the prion disorder, according to Baylor researchers.