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April 19, 2017 6:16PM

Centennial Engineering Center Auditorium

Lecture Topic: Discovering Patterns of Promise For Unravelling The Mystery of The Human Brain In Health And Disease



Distinguished Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science,Neuroscience & Psychiatry at UNM

Executive Science Officer & Director of Image Analysis & MR Research at Mind Research Network (MRN)

Annual Research Lectures

2017 Annual Research Lecture

The Annual Research Lecture has been presented at UNM since 1954 and is one of the highest honors the University bestows on its faculty member in recognition of research/creative activity. The nominate faculty member must be an active, full-time Professor or exceptional Associate Professor at the time the nomination is submitted with a record similar to that of applicants for Distinguished Professor (see the List of Honor below for past winners).  The research or creative works of the nominee must be of the highest quality with an outstanding cumulative record of achievement nationally and internationally (unless another domain is more relevant).  The nominee will also be evaluated on the body of work that has been completed while at UNM, including mentoring. This often requires ten or more years at UNM to be competitive. 

2017 Community Engaged Research Lecture

The Annual Community-Engaged Scholarship Lecture Award recognizes exceptional scholarly work that embodies UNM's commitment to community engagement and profoundly and systematically affects the relationship between the university and the larger community in a positive and meaningful way. This is the highest award for community-engaged scholarship bestowed by the University of New Mexico. The nominee must be an active, full Professor or exceptional Associate Professor at the time of the nomination is submitted. The scholarship or the creative work of the nominee must be of the highest quality and should be tied to the faculty member's expertise

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