UNM School of Medicine paid tribute to 52 donors and their families at a memorial service on April 30, 2016.
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.
Panelists from the UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center discuss advances in cancer research and treatment, during a summit held on June 29, 2016 in Albuquerque. The event was one of many held across the country as part of the national Cancer Moonshot initiative.
Cancer doctors, researchers, advocates and survivors gathered at the UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center on June 29, 2016, as part of Vice President Joe Biden's "Cancer Moonshot," a national initiative to speed up the fight against cancer.
Richard Larson, MD, PhD, is executive vice chancellor and vice chancellor for research at the UNM Health Sciences Center.
Richard S. Larson, MD, PhD, is executive vice chancellor and vice chancellor for research at the UNM Health Sciences Center.
Pavan Muttil, PhD (right) and doctoral candidate Dominique Price work in a lab at the University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy.
Christophe Lambert, PhD, is conducting a nationwide study – to be funded over four years by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) – that will compare the outcomes of nine commonly prescribed drugs used to treat bipolar disorder.
Alan Alda, known to millions for his roles on M*A*S*H, The West Wing and E.R., founded the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science in 2009 after spending 15 seasons hosting Scientific American Frontiers on PBS.
UNM Health Sciences Center researchers are partnering with famed actor Alan Alda and an innovative program he founded to learn how to better communicate scientific research to public audiences.
Alan Alda paid a visit to Albuquerque earlier this week to announce a collaboration between the UNM Health Sciences Center and an innovative program he founded to teach scientists how to do a better job of communicating their work to a lay audience.