The National Institutes of Health recently awarded $54 million to the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. The grant’s principal investigators are Ronald J. Sokol, M.D., Distinguished Professor of pediatrics, and Janine Higgins, Ph.D., professor of medicine. Together, they work toward realizing CCTSI’s vision to accelerate and catalyze the translation of innovative science into improved, equitable health and patient care for all.
The University of Colorado this week welcomed six new members to its roster of Distinguished Professors, a title signifying the highest honor...
University of Colorado faculty this year garnered $1.6 billion in sponsored research funding and gifts supporting research, a 9% increase over the previous year and the highest such total in CU history. The investment in research endeavors at CU’s four campuses drives wide-ranging discovery and impact across Colorado, the nation and the world. This figure from the 2022-23 fiscal year is the seventh consecutive annual total to top the $1 billion mark.
Maureen Stabio is an associate professor of neuroanatomy in the Modern Human Anatomy Program at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. She directs the neuroscience curriculum for the CU School of Medicine. Stabio recently received funding through the Timmerhaus Fund Ambassadors to boost her Experience Anatomy initiative, an interactive anatomy learning lab of plastinated human organs, as well as virtual dissection using augmented reality technology at CU Anschutz. With four events she’s planning for the current school year, Stabio aims to reach hundreds of teens across the Denver area.
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