Baylor health research spans schools and colleges across the University as we focus on environmental determinants of health, family and community determinants of health; biomedical research; health policy, law, leadership and ethics; and undergraduate health and medical education. Learn more about Baylor health research.
Understanding how social connectiveness mitigates the effects of historical and childhood trauma.
Virtues researcher and psychology professor Sarah Schnitker, Ph.D., founds Baylor Research in Growth and Human Thriving Science (BRIGHTS) Center
Researcher Debra Harris provides research support to projects focused on improving the lives and safety for all ages.
Baylor University researcher Joon Park, PhD, strives to redefine exercise at the cellular and tissue levels. He is looking under the skin to understand how it benefits our mitochondria and improves our health.
Baylor partners with the City of Waco to pilot a near-zero emission, multi-fuel combustor that transforms local waste with minimal processing into ultra-clean energy.
It’s a stark statistic: for 70 percent of the planet, water security is a concern. Baylor’s environmental scientists, biologists, statisticians and computer scientists are compelled to meet this basic need, joining forces through innovative projects to ensure access to clean water globally.
Baylor chemists form the tip of the spear in cancer research, probing natural products and molecules whose anticancer agents can be strengthened in tandem with others. Their research has driven drug leads and new approaches to advance their discipline.
Baylor researchers are distinctly called to promote human flourishing, motivated by compassion and a conviction that every life deserves dignity. Their research addresses acute challenges and builds foundations and tools that enable individuals and societies to flourish.