Anatomical donors who served in the military were honored at the 17th UNM School of Medicine Donor Memorial Service.
Jim Green releases butterfly to honor his mother-in-law Ruth Cella, a donor at the 17th annual memorial service for donors in Albuquerque.
Burke Gurney, PhD, PT (right) demonstrates the use of motion capture technology at the UNM Center for Gait and Motion Analysis.
The Presidential Award of Distinction was established by UNM President Robert G. Frank in 2013 to recognize outstanding career achievement, scholarly excellence, leadership in a profession, noteworthy public service or humanitarian endeavor.
Elizabeth Lawrence, MD (right), is director of physician wellness in the UNM School of Medicine's Office of Medical Student Affairs and an associate professor of internal medicine.
Elizabeth Lawrence, MD (second from left), is beginning to chip away at physician burnout by equipping medical students with a wellness toolkit.
Tiffany Enache (middle) guides UNM physical therapy students Thy Nguyen and W. Zach Smith while they work with a patient at Langford Sports and Physical Therapy.
Karen Guice, MD, serves as the principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, second in the leadership chain of the Military Health System. She is a 1977 graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Karen Guice, MD, helps oversee a $50 billion budget and manages 59 military hospitals, including the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., and the Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center near Augusta, Ga.
Third-year UNM medical student Karissa Vasquez works during a clnical rotation at El Pueblo Health Services in Bernalillo, N.M. on July 21, 2016.
Leo Wheeler, a meat cutter at Whole Foods in Albuquerque, prepares a turkey for the holidays.
Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry addresses health sciences students during an interprofessional education symposium, held April 12, 2016 at the University of New Mexico.