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GO Bond C to help state address shortage of health care professionals

At a time when the state is facing a severe shortage of health care professionals, the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center has run out of classroom space. The General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) election on Nov. 4 seeks to address the crisis by asking New Mexico voters to approve bonds for the expansion of a health education complex that could help accommodate more students.

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GO Bond C to help state address shortage of health care professionals

October 20, 2014 — At a time when the state is facing a severe shortage of health care professionals, the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center has run out of classroom space. The General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) election on Nov. 4 seeks to address the crisis by asking New Mexico voters to approve bonds for the expansion of a health education complex that could help accommodate more students.

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Though Ebola risk low, UNMH emergency preparedness a priority

October 18, 2014 — University of New Mexico Hospital is fully prepared for the possibility of a patient presenting with Ebola virus symptoms, the physician in charge of response planning said Friday. “We are building on our daily infection control experience with other ...

UNM Cancer Center wins $12 Million grant renewal for biology research

October 17, 2014 — The Spatiotemporal Modeling Center (STMC) at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center recently won a 5-year $12 million grant renewal. The grant enables the STMC to continue its research in systems biology. The National Institute of General Medical Sciences at the National Institutes of Health uses this program to spur research nationwide in complex biological problems. The STMC is one of only 14 centers in the country that this program currently funds.

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2014 UNM United Way campaign gears up for a home run

October 15, 2014 — The gauntlet has been thrown down. Presbyterian Health Systems has challenged the University of New Mexico to a friendly United Way “fun”draising competition. The team who gets the highest percentage increase in giving over last year wins.