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  • Wednesday, 1 October 2014

    Press Release: NIH and VA address pain and related conditions in U.S. military personnel, veterans, and their families

    Research will focus on nondrug approaches.

    Associate Professor Kevin Vowles, Ph.D., University of New Mexico is part of thirteen research projects being jointly funded by the NIH/NCCAM/NIDA and VA totaling approximately $21.7 million over 5 years that will explore nondrug approaches to managing pain and related health conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), drug abuse, and sleep issues. The effort seeks to enhance options for the management of pain and associated problems in U.S. military personnel, veterans, and their families.

    Dr. Vowles, "The aim of this study is to determine the feasibility of integrating two psychotherapeutic interventions: ACT for chronic pain; and Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention. The mindfulness training teaches patients how to become aware of emotional or physical states that might provoke a relapse for substance use and misuse. (NCCAM-funded)".
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  • Tuesday, 30 September 2014

    Datye elected fellow of the Microscopy Society of America

    Organization cites use of electron microscopy in catalyst preparation

    UNM Distinguished Professor and Chair of Chemical and Biological Engineering Abhaya Datye has been elected Fellow of the Microscopy Society of America.

    Datye's award citation reads: “For the application of electron microscopy to better understand heterogeneous catalysts, especially catalyst preparation, sintering, regeneration, and structure–property correlations related to industrial catalytic processes.”

    For more information, visit Microscopy Society of America.


    Department of Energy features UNM research. (Click to read more)

    Researchers discover catalytic converter breakthrough in automobiles

    A research discovery was born from great frustration when Eric Peterson, a graduate student in Nanoscience and Microsystems Engineering at UNM, set out to learn a new measuring technique four years ago as part of his Ph.D..
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