Event Calendar

Mar 28 Tue

Ninth Annual Bobby R. Alford, M.D., Grand Rounds Distinguished Lecture

The Bobby R. Alford, M.D., Grand Rounds Distinguished Lectureship at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, in Kleberg Auditorium on the main Baylor campus, will feature guest speaker Dr. Kim Rathmell, the Hugh Jackson Morgan Professor and Chair of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Her talk, “Metabolic Adaptations in the TME – Renal Cell Carcinoma,” […]

Mar 29 Wed

College of Nursing Leadership Lecture Series

Please join the College of Nursing for our Inaugural Nursing Leadership Lecture Series title: Health Care, Education & Stakeholders: Views from Diverse Nurse Leaders. Each semester the CON will invite Nurse Leaders to share their perspective on issues that impact the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities as well as support our vision […]

Mar 31 Fri

8th Annual Exploring Frontiers in the Management of Digestive and Liver Disorders

Several new surgical, endoscopic and pharmacological approaches to the management of digestive disorders have become available, yet their exact role in the management of these disorders is unclear. Providers need to recognize the range of therapeutic and diagnostic options that are now available for the management of digestive disorders and their clinical applications. This course […]

Apr 14 Fri

13th Annual Houston Echo Review: Boot Camp for 2023 Echo Board

The Houston Echo Review is a two-day hybrid course of lectures, interactive discussions, and case presentations designed to prepare cardiovascular specialists for the National Board of Echocardiography (NBE) examinations. The course will be a fast-paced review of topics similar to those covered in the ASCexam scheduled for July 2023. The scope of the review is […]

Apr 20 Thu

Transplanted Organs and Mechanical Support (TOMS) Symposium

Welcome to the inaugural Transplanted Organs and Mechanical Support Symposium hosted at the Houston Methodist Research Institute on April 20 – 22, 2023. Mechanical circulatory support and solid organ transplantation have emerged as the leading definitive treatment options for patients with end-organ failure. Despite limited numbers of organs available and the pandemic, survival rates have […]