Researchers at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine are working to improve experimental Ebola virus vaccines that have shown promising results in animal models.
The University of New Mexico Cancer Center won a 5-year $7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute’s National Community Oncology Research Program.
Teresa Stewart is executive director of the New Mexico Cancer Care Alliance
Vallabh “Raj” Shah, PhD (left), Robin Kjerstin Ohls, MD (center) and Ellen Beswick, PhD all received the Excellence in Clinical Science Research Award, handed out Oct. 30 during the HSC's annual Research Day.
Laurie Hudson, PhD, received the Excellence in Clinical Science Research Award, handed out Oct. 31 during the HSC's annual Research Day. Hudson is a UNM Regents Professor and professor in the UNM College of Pharmacy.
Natalie Adolphi, PhD and Daniel Sandoval, MS, review a magnetic resonance image of animal tissue. Adolphi is exploring ways to enhance imaging of human corpses, which could change the way pathologists conduct death investigations.
The "Art of Systems Biology and Nanoscience" show, scheduled for March 27 and 28 in Santa Fe, features the work of University of New Mexico and Los Alamso National Laboratory microscopists, as well as artists who have a scientific focus in their work.
A UNM College of Pharmacy team has developed a new peptide that binds to a specific receptor that prostate cancer cells display in abundance.
Mark Burge, MD, is a professor of endocrinology and metabolism in the UNM School of Medicine's Department of Internal Medicine and deputy director of UNM Clinical and Translational Science Center.
Oscar Bizzozero, PhD, is professor and chair of the Department of Cell Biology and Physiology in the UNM School of Medicine.
Arup Das, MD, PhD and Paul McGuire, PhD, are focused on finding a cure for diabetic retinopathy.
Some 150,000 New Mexicans live with diabetes and 50,000 may develop diabetic retinopathy, an eye disease that can cause blindness.