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Baylor College of Medicine

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1900 as the University of Dallas Medical Department. It became affiliated with Baylor University in 1903 (thus changing its name) and relocated to Houston in 1943. It became an independent institution in 1969.

Location:
Houston, TX

Founding Date:
1900

Enrollment:
500

Official Website:
http://www.bcm.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wylie Vale, Jr.
Doctor
3-Jul-1941 3-Jan-2012 Endocrinologist at Salk Institute

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John C. Baldwin
Doctor
c. 1949   Health Sciences Center, Texas Tech
William T. Butler
Doctor
c. 1932   Baylor College of Medicine
Michael DeBakey
Doctor
7-Sep-1908 11-Jul-2008 Father of cardiovascular surgery
John H. Gibbon, Jr.
Doctor
29-Sep-1903 5-Feb-1973 Open-heart surgery
Roger Guillemin
Scientist
11-Jan-1924   Hypothalamic hormones (brain peptides)
Shelley Sekula-Gibbs
Politician
22-Jun-1952   Congresswoman from Texas, 2006-07

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John C. Baldwin
Doctor
c. 1949   Health Sciences Center, Texas Tech
E. William Barnett
Attorney
c. 1934   Managing Partner, Baker Botts, 1984-98
William T. Butler
Doctor
c. 1932   Baylor College of Medicine
Kirbyjon H. Caldwell
Religion
c. 1954   Windsor Village United Methodist Church
Price Daniel
Politician
10-Oct-1910 25-Aug-1988 Governor of Texas, 1957-63
Michael DeBakey
Doctor
7-Sep-1908 11-Jul-2008 Father of cardiovascular surgery
Dan L. Duncan
Business
2-Jan-1933 28-Mar-2010 Billionaire, Enterprise Products
James T. Hackett
Business
c. 1953   CEO of Anadarko Petroleum
Paul W. Hobby
Business
c. 1960   Genesis Park LP
Lyndon L. Olson
Diplomat
1947   US Ambassador to Sweden, 1998-2001
Laree E. Perez
Business
c. 1954   Medallion Investment Management Co.
Marc J. Shapiro
Business
c. 1948   Vice Chairman of JP Morgan Chase, 1997-2003
Charles L. Watson
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Dynegy, 1989-2002
Bill White
Politician
16-Jun-1954   Mayor of Houston, 2004-10
Fred S. Zeidman
Business
c. 1947   GOP activist


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