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UNM research center receives $23 million NIH grant renewal

UNM research center receives $23 million NIH grant renewal

By Michael Haederle | August 17, 2015
The University of New Mexico’s Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) has been awarded a five-year, $23 million grant renewal by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) following a competition in which it received one of the highest scores in the nation, it was announced Friday.
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Warmer weather signals start of snake season

Warmer weather signals start of snake season

June 17, 2015
The most important first-aid tip if bitten by a snake is to call the NM Poison Center and get to the nearest hospital right away. “Do not try any other first-aid methods because they are often useless and may cause more harm,” cautions Dr. Steven Seifert, medical director of the New Mexico Poison Center.
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NM Poison Center stresses holiday safety

NM Poison Center stresses holiday safety

December 17, 2014
The New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center (NMPDIC) is wishing New Mexico a safe and happy holiday season by offering tips to protect family, friends and neighbors from a potential poisoning.
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UNM HSC faculty honored for research achievements

UNM HSC faculty honored for research achievements

By Cindy Foster | November 04, 2014
Four UNM Health Sciences Center (HSC) faculty members have been recognized by their peers for their research achievements. Robin Ohls, MD, Vallebh Shah, PhD, Laurie Hudson, PhD and Ellen Beswick, PhD all received the Excellence in Clinical Science Research Award, handed out Oct. 31 during the HSC's annual Research Day.
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GO Bond C to help state address shortage of health care professionals

GO Bond C to help state address shortage of health care professionals

By Cindy Foster | October 20, 2014
At a time when the state is facing a severe shortage of health care professionals, the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center has run out of classroom space. The General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) election on Nov. 4 seeks to address the crisis by asking New Mexico voters to approve bonds for the expansion of a health education complex that could help accommodate more students.
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