News from the Baylor Ecosystem
BCM faculty, clinicians, researchers, and staff are advancing medicine and changing the ways we deliver and access care. Here we feature an array of information channels to keep you up to date with the latest advancements from the BCM community, including:
- Momentum, which spans health news, medical education updates, healthcare, community, and events around BCM
- From the Labs, which spotlights new and innovative bench science from BCM researchers.
- The Stitch, which shares the expertise of researchers and clinicians in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery as well as the voices of patients who have undergone surgery and found healing.
- PolicyWise, which explores the full spectrum of health and science policy, from public health to emerging biotechnologies.
- BCM News, which features the headlines-making accomplishments of researchers, faculty, and staff from across BCM.
- Progress Notes, which shares students' stories from the clinics, their thoughts on medicine and healthcare, and stories from the frontlines of research.
- BCM Family, which helps you catch up on news from Baylor College of Medicine posted on the BCM Family newsletter online.
Baylor Medicine doctors’ team approach heals patient
BCM Clinicians used a team-based approach, including vascular surgery, podiatry, orthopedics, and physical therapy, to help a patient fully recover from a foot injury that threatened to result in limb amputation and reduced mobility..
Possible treatment target in myelin damage, inflammation pathway
In a recent study, BCM researchers report on a newly identified pathway that links inflammation and myelin damage in multiple sclerosis (MS), which may provide a potential new target for treating the disease.
A map to study exRNA, a novel form of cell-to-cell communication
BCM Researchers have developed a map to help researchers study extracellular RNA (exRNA), a novel form of cell-to-cell communication that has potential implications for understanding and treating various diseases.
Resonance podcast: The Future of Fertility Preservation
In this podcast, experts from BCM discuss the latest developments in fertility preservation and how new technologies are helping to improve success rates and expand options for people who want to preserve their fertility for future use.
Revolutionizing healthcare: emerging trends and innovations
The article highlights how emerging trends and innovations in healthcare, such as telemedicine and precision medicine, are transforming the healthcare industry, while emphasizing the need to balance innovation with ethical and regulatory considerations.
Electrical stimulation revitalizes muscle perfusion caused by long COVID
BCM Researchers have discovered that electrical stimulation therapy can improve muscle perfusion in patients with long COVID, which could help alleviate symptoms such as muscle weakness and fatigue.