The overall goals for the Border Biomedical Research Center are to develop, grow and sustain the existing infrastructure and programs, as well as to recruit, train, and develop cancer scientists and health practitioners to promote high quality cancer research and to translate meaningful findings back to the community.
The University of Texas at El Paso received a $5 million grant to build an imaging and behavioral neuroscience facility.
In fall 2020, with funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, El Paso County and the Paso del Norte Community Foundation… Continue Reading
On a chilly Saturday morning in early December, a long line formed outside Tamales Lupita, a popular spot on the outskirts of El Paso County…. Continue Reading