"Now we can say that not only having these medical conditions or being elderly or being overweight is a risk, but also living in an area where you have a lot of multi-family buildings, living in...
Chad Morris’ early career was split between clinical research on the treatment of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, and state-level behavioral health policy work focusing on community integration, recovery services and homelessness. Then, in 2001, the professor of psychiatry in the School of Medicine at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus had what he calls “a transformative experience.”
Six outstanding biomedical researchers at the University of Colorado are members of the Boettcher Foundation’s 2023 class of Boettcher Investigators, recipients of grant funding through the Boettcher Foundation’s Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards Program.
Snow is melting earlier, and more rain is falling instead of snow in the mountain ranges of the Western U.S. and Canada, leading to a leaner snowpack that could impact agriculture, wildfire risk and municipal water supplies come summer, according to a new CU Boulder analysis.
Last year, Mark VanDriel successfully ran for the CU Board of Regents in the state’s new 8th Congressional District. “I spent a lot of time talking to voters about the leadership role CU plays in higher education in our state, as well as the ways it uniquely serves all of Colorado,” he said.