Ralph Frakes participates in the UNM Center for Development and Disability's "Unmasking Brain Injury" project, where brain injury survivors tell their stories through the creation of artistic masks.
The New Mexico Brain Injury Resource Center, part of the UNM Center for Development and Disability, sponsors the "Unmasking Brain Injury Project." Brain injury survivors create artistic masks like this one to help tell their stories.
Students in last year's Perry Initiative workshop learn more about orthopedics and engineering.
Volunteers take calls from 100.3 The Peak radio listeners who want to donate money to UNM Children's Hospital on February 18, 2016.
Jason Chadwick, 3, of Rio Rancho sits in front of the broadcast table during 100.3 The Peak's Radiothon at UNM Children's Hospital on February 18, 2016. The Albuquerque radio station holds the annual event to raise money for the hospital, where Chadwick is undergoing treatment.
Ruby Lathon, PhD, a prominent holistic nutrition and wellness coach, will share her story of overcoming thyroid cancer through a plant-based diet, as part of a University of New Mexico Hospital event celebrating Black History Month.
Diploma in Mountain Medicine students practice evacuating an injured hiker from a steep slope. Students use a single-rope technique to move the patient.
Students practice managing an incident and evacuating an injured climber during a night scenario. Student Courtney Bryan led the team last spring.
Kyle Stepp is a co-founder of the Lobothon, a dance marathon that benefits the UNM Children's Hospital.
While wearing a helmet makes good safety sense, it’s also a law, says Brian Solan, MD, a professor in the UNM School of Medicine's Department of Family and Community Medicine. He says that all youths under 18 years old must wear a helmet.
U.S. Attorney Damon Martinez says the HOPE Initiative is already seeing results – more people are receiving treatment for addiction, and more criminals are being prosecuted for drug trafficking.
Richard Larson, MD, PhD, speaks during a news conference in Albuquerque, where a new HOPE Initiative public awareness campaign was unvelied on April 8, 2016.