Discovering the fundamentals of human health and disease and translating these discoveries into advances that improve lives, requires collaborative, coordinated efforts by individuals and teams with diverse expertise. Baylor College of Medicine has extensive resources to support our scientists.
- Office of Research
The Office of Research develops and maintains programs to streamline and support the discovery process while assuring adherence to the highest ethical standards in research. The Office of Research provides support for sponsored projects, important documents and forms, research oversight and more.
- Innovation Development Center
IDC serves as a hub for partnership in the development of promising biomedical innovation assets. These assets typically originate within Baylor College of Medicine's world-class innovation ecosystem but may also be sourced externally. IDC utilizes a novel co-development model whereby multiple stakeholders can share the cost, risk and benefits of moving these assets through the challenging early stages of product development. IDC is an "asset accelerator", which leverages a diverse array of resources, expertise and infrastructure to accelerate the asset development process.
- Advanced Technology Core Laboratories
Core facilities provide state-of-the-art instrumentation and technologies to support research of all faculty. ATC Labs are each staffed by a scientific director and dedicated technical personnel who provide the highest quality laboratory work plus consultation on experimental design, data analysis and training.
- Baylor Licensing Group
The Baylor Licensing Group maximizes the impact of research at Baylor College of Medicine through commercial relationships that lead to agreements to support the development of new products and services that benefit patients and the public. Discover innovative research ripe for development.
- Dan L Duncan Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
The Dan L Duncan Institute for Clinical and Translational Research supports and promotes translational and clinical research across Baylor College of Medicine and its partner institutions in clinical care, education, and research.
- Computational and Integrative Biomedical Research Center
The CIBR Center helps students and faculty address the broad range of analytical problems posed by the complexity of high throughput biological datasets. The goal of the center is to help bridge the translational gap from data to models, and from models to drug discovery and personalized therapy by fostering collaborations and developing original quantitative approaches to biological and clinical problems
- BCM Technologies
BCM Technologies focuses on opportunities within Baylor College of Medicine that demonstrate commercialization potential and clear competitive advantage in existing markets or are innovative early entrants in growing niche markets. It is a early-stage investment firm that creates substantial value by leveraging the experience of its team to guide the company through the start-up process.
- Virtually Integrated Institutions for Clinical & Translational Research
VIICTR serves as a platform for innovation, collaboration, and data sharing across a multi-institutional network of scientific investigators, clinicians, and community leaders to enable clinical and translational research and discovery. With VIICTR Profiles you can search Baylor faculty by research area and see how each is connected to others at the College.