Telemedicine Program Brings UNM Stroke Specialists to Rural Hospitals

23 July — New telemedicine system gives UNM neurosurgeons and neurologists the ability to consult with and examine patients in rural hospitals, thanks to secure, state-of-the art high definition video links.

August 2013

  1. Aug 02

    Shots for Tots

    Source: KASA.tv

July 2013

  1. Jul 23

    Project ECHO Launches New National Institute

    Project ECHO receives 2 new grants to disseminate the transformative ECHO model nationally.
  2. Jul 22

    HSC To Conduct National Diabetes Study

    Supported by a $2.8-million, seven-year grant, the UNM Health Sciences Center was recently chosen as one of 36 National Institutes of Health (NIH) specialty sites across the country as a participant in the Glycemia Reduction Approaches to Diabetes: A Comparative Effectiveness, or GRADE, study.
  3. Jul 15
  4. Jul 09
  5. Jul 02

    Surgeon’s arrival ‘a home run’

    Source: Albquerque Journal

June 2013

  1. Jun 24

    UNM HSC responds to U.S. Supreme Court decision in Fisher v. Texas

    The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center is delighted with the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision today to let stand the critically important principle of diversity within institutions of higher education.
  2. Jun 17
  3. Jun 04

    HSC Board of Directors release agenda

    The University of New Mexico HSC Board of Directors' meeting is scheduled for Friday, June 7, 2:00 p.m. in the Domenici Center Room 3010. The agenda is attached.

May 2013

  1. May 29

    Vaccine for Cancer?

    Source: Albuquerque Journal

  2. May 16
  3. May 02

    Snake Season is Upon Us

    Spring and summer in New Mexico brings out its poisonous snakes - Do you know how to avoid them and what to do if you can't?

April 2013

  1. Apr 16

February 2013

  1. Feb 21

    Dimensions and Structure Matter in Decoding Infectious Diseases

    For decades, the detection of infectious diseases has been limited by how data are analyzed. This new research explores the possibility that medical data might have different structural levels, which involve several dimensions. The new method explores rotating three-dimensional (3D) data structures instead of analyzing data on a flat format – uni-dimensional (2D) data as reported in any table.
  2. Feb 13

    Autophagy, or Cellular Housecleaning, Controls TB In-Vivo

    Researchers at the University of New Mexico have succeeded in using the body’s own built-in immune system to suppress the worldwide scourge Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) and associated inflammation, which also might impact Crohn’s and other inflammatory diseases. By directing the body’s autophagy, or “self-eating,” process in-vivo, researchers have increased control of TB and its associated pathology.