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BCMHouston 1h
Positivity rates continues to climb in Texas, but experts are puzzled over why. Dr. explains why it's not necessarily "apples-to-apples."
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BCM ID Fellowship Aug 10
Congrats to fellow➡️faculty Melanie Goebel on her publication with mentor extraordinaire Dr. Trautner! Authors:
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BCM Media Relations 2h
. experts want to keep our expectations in perspective. tells it will probably be next year before one is available.
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Dr. talks about when we could see results from the Moderna vaccine clinical trials.
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The NFL's deadline for opting out of the 2020 season was last week with 66 players withdrawing. Dr. discusses why linemen could be most at risk of contracting COVID-19.
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BCM Media Relations 20h
Dr. Larry Hollier with talks to about new leadership for and why cleft lip care is still important during .
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Congratulations to Dr. on being named one of the 100 most powerful women in the August edition of !
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BCM Pediatric Residency in San Antonio 20h
The Baylor Pediatric Residency Program at The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio is now on twitter! We’re also on Instagram at . Come take a look at our awesome residents and our gorgeous city!
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CHI St. Luke's Health 20h
Dr. Howard, medical director of at Baylor St. Luke’s, reflects on his time serving on the front lines of . Read his perspective on challenges, “micro-innovations” keeping safe, and the road ahead:
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Experts remind the public that this is not the year to miss getting your flu shot.
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Hashem el- Serag Aug 9
Finally our validation paper of HES algorithm for HCC surveillance. Try it out . @ Validation of the Updated Hepatocellular Carcinoma Early Detection Screening Algorithm in a Community-based Cohort …
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BCM Media Relations 22h
. is separating fact from fiction about vaccine and with the help of 's
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BCM Media Relations 23h
“The more we can do to minimize transmission, the better it is for us all,” - 's Dr. Allison Haddock explains how she keeps her family safe after treating patients.
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In our next Resilience through COVID-19 post, medical students, Huda Khan, Zainub Abdullah, and Amelia Khoei look into the "Wicked Problems" elective for School of Medicine students.
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Stephanie Morain 24h
So happy to welcome back to intro to health policy course to present on the anatomy of the US health care system.
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From the Labs at Baylor College of Medicine Aug 10
Don't miss the virtual Small at Friday, Aug. 7, and check out the work by 's !
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T. Dorina Papageorgiou Aug 7
The Papageorgiou Lab is excited to be part of the Applied Physics SCI Rice U Colloquium hosted by We show that we can decode induced learning via real-time fMRI neurofeedback using multilayer perceptrons and support vector machines.
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BCM Media Relations Aug 10
.'s Dr. James McDeavitt says the state of shouldn't be judge on hospitalizations alone, he explains why via
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BCMHouston Aug 10
Dr. Ashok Balasubramanyam discusses the promising results of convalescent plasma studies.
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BCM Ethics & Policy Aug 10
Are you interested in furthering your career in ? Want to get more practical and research experience? Check us out! We're looking for our next clinical ethics fellows. Learn more and apply today:
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