High school students gain valuable knowledge in open house at Baylor

Freshmen students at the Michael E. DeBakey High School for Health Professions were welcomed to Baylor College of Medicine for an open house on Oct. 25, where they heard from College leadership, attended a panel of current medical and graduate school students and got a hands-on anatomy lab presentation.

Dr. Ronald Cotton, assistant professor of surgery in the Division of Abdominal Transplantation at Baylor, advised the students to stay focused on paving the road to their desired careers.

“You have a chance to participate and learn in the world’s largest and best medical center. But with that comes responsibility. It’s a continued experience and what you choose to do after this can open doors that you never dreamed possible,” he said.

Watch video from the open house below.

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