Explore Research at Baylor College of Medicine

Building on over a century of leadership in biomedical research, Baylor College of Medicine focuses the efforts of faculty, staff and trainees on improving health through science, scholarship and innovation. This vision is realized through collaborative research initiatives in which basic, translational, and clinical researchers work together across disciplines and specialties to discover fundamental insights into human health and disease and to apply their discoveries to develop new diagnostic tools and treatments.

Located at the heart of the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical complex in the world, the College is in a unique environment for innovation. Collectively the research engines on the TMC campus are number two in nation funding from the National Institutes of Health. Researchers collaborate across institutions creating a vast biomedical research ecosystem.

Patient-Derived Xenograft and Advanced In Vivo Models Core

Featured Core Lab

Patient-Derived Xenograft and Advanced In Vivo Models Core. A primary focus of this core is to develop, and provide to the Baylor PDX community, computational and bioinformatics infrastructure to support large scale generation, characterization, and use of PDX and CAM-PDX models from a variety of organ sites.

Advanced Research Resources

Research Support

Resources to support stages of the research process. Sponsored programs, advanced technology cores, commercialization, research oversight, clinical and translational research infrastructure and training.

Faculty Appointments (372x158)

Considering Joining The Baylor Faculty?

Resources to facilitate faculty achieving their professional goals at every stage of their career. Appointments and promotions, Faculty Senate, Faculty Affairs. professional development, and more.

Top Ranking in Research and Development (372x158)

The Baylor Advantage

A hundred years of achievement in biomedical research, exceptional scientists and trainees, and a resource rich research enterprise create an exception environment for basic, clinical and translational research.