Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine aims to grow network of CU clinicians, researchers

New monthly seminar series begins Dec. 12
By Staff

Are you passionate about the future of health care and looking to incorporate personalized medicine into your research or clinical practice? If so, the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine (CCPM) is the place for you.

A collaboration between the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and UCHealth, CCPM’s mission is to facilitate research and discoveries in personalized medicine. Clinicians and researchers from the CU community are invited to join the CCPM community as affiliates or members. By becoming a part of CCPM’s network, you’re not just aligning yourself with a movement, you’re becoming a champion and advocate for personalized medicine.

Whether you’re already well-versed in the intricacies of personalized medicine or are looking to familiarize yourself with the latest techniques and approaches spanning from research to clinical implementation, CCPM provides you with the opportunity to make a difference.

Explore the CCPM affiliate and member information – which outlines our mission, objectives and requirements – at CCPM Affiliates and Members (

In addition to our welcoming community, CCPM is thrilled to announce our monthly seminar series, designed specifically for those with a passion for personalized and precision medicine.

Our inaugural presentation, “You built it … and they did come … so now what? Preparing for Precision Medicine 2.0,” will be presented by Matthew Taylor, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Adult Medical Genetics Program and professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology. It’s set for 4-5 p.m. Dec. 12 in the CCPM offices, located in the new Anschutz Health Sciences Building. Light refreshments will be provided. For those who can’t attend in person, a Zoom option will be available.

For more information and registration, please go to CCPM Seminar Series (