At a public talk before an overflow audience on campus, Alan Alda told how he brought a layperson’s curiosity to his interviews with scientists in settings around the world.
UNM HSC hosted the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) communications meeting in April 2013.
Pharmaceutics and Medicinal Chemistry and Toxicology research in the UNM College of Pharmacy.
Human cells (bordered in blue) contain autophagosomes (pink dots within the cells) that improve cells' ability to clean themselves of unwanted material, like HIV.
Dr. Deretic and his research team run samples of available compounds and gage their effectiveness in "devouring" HIV cells in the body.
A professor in UNM's departments of psychology and neurosciences studies development in rats.
Medical Anthropologist Christina Getrich in front of the Research Involving Outpatient Settings (RIOS) Net community members map.
Dr. Natalie Adolphi, research assistant professor, UNM Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and Dr. Helen Hathaway (right), associate professor, UNM Department of Cell Biology and Physiology, both in the UNM Cancer Center, research a new technology for detecting breast cancer.
UNM has long been active in the discovery and research of isotope applications in medicine.
New Mexican team raised money for the UNM Cancer Research and Treatment Center.
Several hundred people attended the dinner and dance held at the Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum.
Genome sequencers help researchers discover the exact sequence of an individual's DNA, which carries the instructions for protein manufacture inside a cell.