As 2014 begins to wind down, we at Momentum thought it would be the perfect time to share our favorite videos from 2014.
It’s a Match
Relive the excitement of Match Day 2014 with this overview of speeches, the coutdown and the joy of unveiling the National Residency Matching Program results for our fourth year medical students. Read more.
Tribute with Cups
A riff on the popular Cups (Pitch Perfect’s “When I’m Gone”) by actress Anna Kendrick, but with a Baylor College of Medicine twist. The video was made to honor Dr. Art Beaudet, the former chair of molecular and human genetics and shown during the department’s retreat in January 2014.
All About that Base
Not to be outdone by genetics, the Zechiedrich Lab offers up their take and the lowdown on DNA base pairs in a parody of Megan Trainor’s song “All About that Bass.”
Not only are our students dedicated, they have rhythm. One of the great surprises of 2014’s Match Day was this gem choreographed and presented by the MS4 students.
That’s What it Takes
As the top-ranked medical school in Texas, Baylor is a global leader in research and home to more than 3,000 physicians pursuing excellence in all matters related to human health. You may have seen these videos on television throughout the year.
These are just a few of the amazing Baylor centric videos that had been shared during 2014. Want to see more? Visit our YouTube channel.