The UNM Prevention Research Center is hosting a Rio Grande Institute special research presentation, "Early Intervention for High Risk Neonates: Is it beneficial?" on Tuesday, Oct. 4 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Research Incubator Building (RIB) Commons, UNM Campus, 2703 Frontier NE. 

Speaker Joy Browne, clinical pediatrics and psychiatry professor, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, focuses on neurobehavioral organization of infants, particularly those at high risk for health problems and developmental delay.  Her studies investigate behavioral and physiological organization, and intervention strategies to promote organization in preterm and high risk infants.

For more information, contact Shiraz Mishra at (505) 272-4462 or by email at smishra@salud.unm.edu