Category: Research

The Caring Connection

The Caring Connection

By Michael Haederle | August 13, 2019
UNM pediatric neurologists help a young patient with recurrent epileptic seizures
Who Wants to Live Forever?

Who Wants to Live Forever?

By Nicole Maphis | July 15, 2019
Studying longevity in yeast and nematodes could one day help extend the lifespan in humans
The Devil is in the Details

The Devil is in the Details

By Kyle Jaramillo-Kuidis | July 12, 2019
County Health Reports Help Identify Needed N.M. Health Care Resources
Marijuana Use in Teens

Marijuana Use in Teens

By Sara Ali, MD, Mina Sardashti, MD, and Shawn Sidhu, MD | June 21, 2019
Research suggests marijuana carries some risks for developing brains
Shot at a Cure

Shot at a Cure

By Kara Leasure Shanley | June 19, 2019
UNM scientist builds vaccines from the ground up
Changing of the Guard

Changing of the Guard

By Kara Leasure Shanley | June 17, 2019
Bill Shuttleworth, PhD, named chair in UNM's Department of Neurosciences
Memory Preserver

Memory Preserver

June 10, 2019
New vaccine shown to eliminate protein tangles that damage brain cells
The Practice of Hope

The Practice of Hope

May 24, 2019
“Hope is the conviction that each of us, in some small way, can change the world.” – Rebecca Solnit, Hope in the Dark. As part of the 2019 UNM Summer Institute in Community Based Participatory Research for Health (CBPR), Laura Chanchien Parajon, MD, MPH will speak on Thursday, May 30 at 4:30 p.m., in the Domenici Center North Wing, Room 3720.