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Terry Lee
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Lee receives lifetime achievement award

Terry Lee, associate vice president and chief risk officer for CU. Terry Lee, associate vice president and chief risk officer for the University of Colorado, recently received the 2017 President’s...
Roede

Roede selected as Scientist to Watch

Recently, five researchers from universities throughout the country were selected as recipients of the competitive NIEHS (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) Outstanding New...
University Perspective Program
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University Perspective Program announces 2017 Graduates

The University Perspective Program at CU has announced its 2017 class of graduates. Founded in 1987 (and originally referred to as the University Fellows program), the University Perspective Program...
Wagner, Olson, Liechty receive grants for tegenerative medicine research

Wagner, Olson, Liechty receive grants for tegenerative medicine research

The Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine and CU Innovations have awarded three researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus $350,000 grants with the hope they will strike...
Abrams

Police chief retires, reflects on education and career

After more than a decade serving the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, Doug Abraham is looking forward to his retirement spent with family
Cervantes honored by Latinas First Foundation
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Cervantes honored by Latinas First Foundation

Lilia Cervantes Lilia Cervantes, associate professor of medicine at the School of Medicine, has been named a 2017 Unsung Heroine by the Latinas First Foundation. Cervantes, a hospitalist at Denver...
Hirsch selected as recipient of Hope-Builder Award

Hirsch selected as recipient of Hope-Builder Award

Fred R. Hirsch, MD, PhD, investigator at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, professor of Medicine and Pathology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and CEO of the International...
Ford awarded David and Margaret Turley Grohne Chair in Basic Cancer Research

Ford awarded David and Margaret Turley Grohne Chair in Basic Cancer Research

Heide Ford, PhD, University of Colorado Cancer Center’s associate director for basic research, has been awarded the David F. and Margaret Turley Grohne Chair in Basic/Translational Cancer Research.
Department of Medicine Announces Inaugural Recipients of Clinician-Educator Faculty Grants

Department of Medicine Announces Inaugural Recipients of Clinician-Educator Faculty Grants

​The University of Colorado Department of Medicine has selected the first ever recipients of its new Program for Academic Clinician Educators (PACE). The program supports the career development of...
Staff volunteer at Food Bank of the Rockies
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Staff volunteer at Food Bank of the Rockies

More than 70 staff members from the University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus spent time volunteering Feb. 16-17 at the Food Bank of the Rockies in conjunction with the CU in the...
Aquilante teaches debut of personalized medicine program at Egyptian pediatric hospital

Aquilante teaches debut of personalized medicine program at Egyptian pediatric hospital

Christina Aquilante, PharmD, was struck by many things during a recent trip to Egypt. Foremost was the profound thirst for knowledge displayed by health providers and students who enrolled in...
Goodman

Goodman awarded David and Margaret Turley Grohne Chair in Clinical Cancer

Karyn Goodman MD, MS, Associate Director for clinical research at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, has been awarded the David and Margaret Turley Grohne Chair in Clinical Cancer.
CU faculty present at International Conference on Pediatric Neurology
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CU faculty present at International Conference on Pediatric Neurology

Seven University of Colorado faculty members traveled to Hospital Infantil - Federico Gomez in Mexico City and gave a total of 14 lectures at the Second International Conference on Pediatric...
Ross
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In memoriam: Randy Ross

Randy Ross Editor’s note: This remembrance was submitted by Rahwa Netsanet, a Professional Research Assistant in the CU School of Medicine at the Anschutz Medical Campus. On Dec. 20, 2016, the...
Bernard joins University of Colorado Cancer Center

Bernard joins University of Colorado Cancer Center

Brandon Bernard, MD, a medical oncologist, is joining University of Colorado Cancer Center’s elite team of physician/scientists treating and researching genitourinary cancers like prostate cancer.
Jansson

Jansson receives award from Society for Reproductive Investigation

Please join the Division of Reproductive Sciences in congratulating our Division Chief on this prestigious award. The award is made annually to a member of the Society whose record in scientific...
Carpenter named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow
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Carpenter named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow

John Carpenter John Carpenter, faculty member of the CU Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Anschutz Medical Campus, recently was awarded the rank of National Academy of...
DeGregori, Ford new leaders at CU Cancer Center

DeGregori, Ford new leaders at CU Cancer Center

James DeGregori, PhD, has been named deputy director of the University of Colorado Cancer Center. DeGregori previously was the associate director for basic research and was also responsible for...
Hawkins, Saxon to receive research awards

Hawkins, Saxon to receive research awards

​The University of Colorado Department of Medicine (DOM) has selected two new recipients of its Health Services Research Development Grant program, which was launched in 2016 to support fellows and...
School of Pharmacy faculty highly read in 2016
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School of Pharmacy faculty highly read in 2016

Faculty from the School of Pharmacy had three of the top 10 most read articles in Pharmacotherapy in 2016. They are: Danielle Rhyne Fixen, Sarah Anderson and Laura Borgelt for the “Effects of Medical...
Department of Medicine 2016 Team Science Award recipients selected

Department of Medicine 2016 Team Science Award recipients selected

​The Department of Medicine (DOM) has selected three interdisciplinary research groups to receive funding through its Team Science Program, which is designed to facilitate the development or...
Morrato named Interim Dean for Colorado School of Public Health

Morrato named Interim Dean for Colorado School of Public Health

On December 5, CU Denver | Anschutz Provost Roderick Nairn announced Elaine Morrato, DrPh, MPH, CPH as interim dean of the Colorado School of Public Health. Morrato steps into the role following...
Königshoff

Königshoff: Helping lungs rebuild themselves

​Königshoff will build a new Fibrosis and Regeneration Program at CU with a focus on interdisciplinary and translational research.

In memoriam: Dan Meyers

When Philadelphia politicians made promises in the 1980s and '90s, Inquirer reporter Dan Meyers made sure they kept them.

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