The Signature Program for Child Health Research will host its next presentation and roundtable discussions for its 3x5x5 on Tuesday, Feb. 15 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in rm. 2112 of the Domenici Center. The presentations and round table discussions are led by UNM Health Sciences Center researchers.

Plan to attend and learn more about research at UNM, network with colleagues, establish collaboration, find a mentor/mentee or just enjoy some stimulating discussion. The event is called 3x5x5 (3 speakers, 5 slides, done by 5).

Speakers and Topics:

Leslie Morrison, MD
Professor Neurology Child and Pediatrics
Is Lesion Permeability the Culprit in Cerebral Cavernous Malformations?

* Matthew Nelson, MA - SPCHR Apprenticeship Awardee
Mentor: Jessica Goodkind, Ph.D.
A Mixed Method Investigation of Familial Stressors Among Recently
Relocated Iraqi Refugee Children in the United States

* Danielle Parker, BA - SPCHR Apprenticeship Awardee
Mentor: Jessica Goodkind, Ph.D.
Examining African Refugee Child and Adolescent Health and Well-being: Strengths, Needs and their Implications for Research and Intervention

Robert Thomas, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, MIND Institute
Adolescent Neurodevelopment and Alcohol

For more information, please contact Leslie Trickey at 272-4462 or e-mail,