Explore Research at Baylor College of Medicine
Research is at the core of Baylor College of Medicine's mission. Building on over a century of leadership in biomedical research, the College's vision focuses the efforts of our faculty, staff and trainees to improve 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 apply their discoveries to develop new diagnostic tools and treatments.
The College's location at the heart of the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical complex in the world, provides a unique environment for innovation. Collectively the research engines on the TMC campus are number two in the nation funding from the National Institutes of Health. Researchers collaborate across institutions creating a vast biomedical research ecosystem.
Learn about research at Baylor College of Medicine that matches your interests:
- Departments and Centers
- Faculty Profiles
Search VIICTR Profiles to find faculty by research interests. VIICTR not only shows traditional directory information, but also illustrates how each person is connected to others in the broad research community at Baylor and affiliated institutions in the Texas Medical Center.
- Research Achievements
The combination of exceptional resources, our spirit of collaboration, and the talents of the faculty and trainees at the College yields a remarkable record of achievement in fulfilling our mission. Evidence of this success can be seen in the many awards and honors received by Baylor College of Medicine and in the achievements of our faculty as seen in the many awards they receive as well as their election to the National Academy of Science, the Institute of Medicine, Association of American Physicians, and other prestigious societies.
- Profiles in Innovation
Read Profiles in Innovation for a look at some of the most promising approaches under development to diagnose and treat disease.
- Research News
National Institutes of Health Funding
Reports by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research of funding from the National Institutes of Health are one indicator of the depth and breadth of our research enterprise.
- $205,461,582 – funding from National Institutes of Health to Baylor for 2015 (an increase of 6.83 percent from 2014)
- No. 19 – Baylor's rank among U.S. medical schools in NIH funding for 2016
- No. 1 – Baylor's rank among Texas medical schools in NIH funding for 2015 (Baylor has ranked first in Texas since 2006 when the Blue Ridge Institute began publishing these rankings)