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Study highlights lack of knowledge regarding hospital medications

In a new study to assess patient awareness of medications prescribed during a hospital visit, 44 percent of patients believed they were receiving a medication...
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School of Pharmacy researcher receives funding from Michael J. Fox Foundation

Manisha Patel, Ph.D. (Photo by Isabella Muturi Sauve) The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research recently announced $1.5 million in total awards to...
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New UC Denver program puts high school grads on pathway to med school

High school students eager to begin their careers in medicine now have the opportunity to "reserve" a seat in a top-ranked medical school immediately after...
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Regents recap

At its Nov. 11-12 meeting at the Anschutz Medical Campus, the CU Board of Regents approved a lengthy slate of items. The board approved: The establishment of...
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New department of emergency medicine given OK by regents

The Board of Regents on Thursday, Nov. 12, approved the creation of the department of emergency medicine within the School of Medicine. "We're thrilled," said...
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Procurement Service Center names partners for lab supplies

Upon completion of a rigorous Request for Proposal (RFP) process, Fisher Scientific and VWR International, providers of lab supplies and equipment, are the...
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Depression Center works to establish national network

Nearly 21 million Americans suffer from depression, bipolar illness or other mood disorders each year, with an estimated economic burden of $83.1 billion each...
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Finances loom large at next Board of Regents meeting

The latest budget outlook, federal stimulus funding, increased overall efficiency and academic rigor are among the topics to be presented by university...
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Colorado cancer researcher earns grant to take on leukemia

Christopher Porter, M.D. A two-year, $1.4 million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant will kick start research in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) at the...
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School of Medicine to take part in nationwide study of blood pressure

More than 900 million adults worldwide and nearly one in three adult Americans have high blood pressure — one of the most common conditions among middle-aged...
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News briefs

Registration still open for Coleman Institute conference There's still time to register for the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities' ninth annual...
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College of Nursing expands offerings in Western Regional Graduate Program

Graduate students from 14 Western states can now attend University of Colorado Denver College of Nursing (CON) programs they don't have in their states while...
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Oct. 30 is deadline for CARTSS research funding applications CARTSS — the Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences — is accepting...
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Study: Tanning associated with moles in very light-skinned children

A new study led by researchers at the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of Colorado Denver shows that very light-skinned children who tan...
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Conference eyes how technology can improve lives of people with cognitive disabilities

The economy, technology and quality of life are topics prominent in today's world — and they'll converge at an event of unusual reach throughout the University...
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Grants boost projects promoting diversity, inclusion Nov. 6 is the deadline for proposals for Diversity and Excellence grants, worth up to $3,000 each for...
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When the laboratory meets the studio

Faculty, staff and students at all CU campuses are invited to submit entries to the second Art in Science/Science in Art show . The exhibit aims to explore the...
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With grant, thyroid cancer research gets fresh start

Schweppe Haugen Thyroid cancer researchers at the University of Colorado Cancer Center have received a $900,000, two-year Challenge Grant from the National...
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New master's program at Anschutz first of its kind in region

Nairn A new degree program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus will address the shortage of workers trained in epidemiology, a core public...
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Education, support on agenda for Colorado Cancer Day

Educational sessions for health professionals and for families dealing with cancer will mark Saturday's third annual Colorado Cancer Day, presented by the...
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University of Colorado Cancer Center wins National Cancer Institute grant

The University of Colorado Cancer Center (UCCC) has won a National Cancer Institute (NCI) grant designed to link comprehensive cancer research and treatment...
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Student enrollment up on all four CU campuses

Preliminary numbers indicate Colorado Springs, Denver and Anschutz have record enrollment. [Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado]
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New Web site highlights value of federal stimulus funding

www.cu.edu/stimulus A new Web site launched by the University of Colorado system administration aims to keep the CU community and the public updated on how...
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Inta Morris now leads the Colorado Department of Higher Education on an interim basis, following the resignation of David Skaggs. Colorado Department of Higher...
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Ground broken on planned VA medical center

Local, state and federal officials attended a ceremony to break ground at the site of the new Veterans Administration Medical Center at the University of...

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