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A health sciences university like Baylor College of Medicine is defined by its commitment to its mission of excellence in patient care, biomedical research, medical education and community service – with a single objective: the improved health of the community.

With this commitment in mind, we provide a range of health-focused resources including seminars, lectures, online libraries, interactive experiences and featured events. These programs are forged with the goal of expanding educational resources available to the public and to and contribute to the health and vitality of all of our communities.

Upcoming Events and Opportunities for the Community
Date Event Description Resource Links
Ongoing Donate Books to Liz's Library  The Baylor community is invited to contribute books to Liz's Library, a book cart in the congenital heart unit at Texas Children's Hospital. It honors Liz Frank, a Baylor medical student, aspiring pediatrician and book lover who passed away last year. View some of Liz's favorite selections. Books can be dropped off in person in the Baylor's student affairs office, room M120 at main Baylor, Mailed to the address in the spreadsheet.   View more.


Bioethics Grand Rounds

Ever-changing topics related to ethical, social, legal and policy issues that arise in biomedicine and biomedical research.

View schedule on the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy’s Community & Events page.

Fall 2023
*For parents, caregivers, health professionals

Evenings with Genetics Evenings with Genetics is a seminar series about genetics and family’s health, based on the most current information for many genetic conditions. Visit the website for the latest information on upcoming virtual seminars.