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Hans and Peggy Neville
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For the love of science, giving to CU is crucial for retired faculty couple

It’s fitting two scientists found chemistry in organic chemistry. Peggy and Hans Neville were studying at Pomona College in Claremont, California, in 1954 when...
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Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

It was 9:30 p.m., an hour after the DAWN Clinic had already closed, when David Choi and his fellow volunteers saw her: an elderly woman in a nightgown and...
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From left, CU School of Medicine alumni Dr. Bill Maniatis (’65), president of the Medical Alumni Association; Dr. Ed Kinzer (’52); Dr. Clara Winter (’65) and Dr. Wag Schorr (’63).
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School of Medicine alumni share stories of giving back to CU

At a Medical Alumni Association event Tuesday, three alumni from the School of Medicine shared their personal stories of philanthropy, highlighting different...
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Global Health Responders course to help humanitarians ‘do no harm’
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Global Health Responders course to help humanitarians ‘do no harm’

In 2010, a devastating earthquake hit the Haitian capital of Port au Prince – one of the most vulnerable cities on Earth. More than 200,000 Haitians were...
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Match Day 2015 inspires smiles, tears

Match Day 2015 inspires smiles, tears

In his 25th and final Match Day address, Dean Richard Krugman, MD, advised a room full of nervous medical students that their future held more than what was...
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Study: Ending statin use might improve quality of life for some patients

Study: Ending statin use might improve quality of life for some patients

Discontinuing statin use in patients with late-stage cancer and other terminal illnesses may help improve patients’ quality of life without causing other...
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Pediatricians Pressured to Delay Vaccinations

Study: Pediatricians pressured to delay vaccinations

Pediatricians are facing increasing pressure from some parents who want to spread out the recommended vaccine schedule for their children by postponing...
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Thomas Jefferson Award
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CU’s Jefferson Awards honor achievement in academia and beyond

Two faculty members and two students from the University of Colorado community have been named recipients of the 2015 Thomas Jefferson Award, among the highest...
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Robera Oljira, a premed biology major at CU Denver,
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Pre-health students enjoy immersive, real-world learning opportunities

Robera Oljira endured devastating gaps in health care as he grew up in a small town in Ethiopia. Tuberculosis took his father's life when Oljira was 4, and...
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$10 million grant to support pulmonary hypertension study

A team of physicians and scientists led by a pulmonologist at the University of Colorado School of Medicine at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus has been awarded...
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Ted Clarke, M.D., chaiman and CEO of COPIC Companies, speaks at the Feb. 5 luncheon.
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Donors, students celebrate achievements at CU Anschutz scholarship luncheon

Students, faculty and staff from the University of Colorado School of Medicine joined donors and fundraisers for this year’s Scholarship and Awards Luncheon on...
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Students volunteer at National Western Stock Show

Student and faculty volunteers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are providing free screenings at the National Western Stock Show (NWSS)...
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CU Cancer Center brings specialty care to Colorado

The University of Colorado Cancer Center has cemented relationships with three hospitals bringing specialty oncology care and clinical trials sponsored by the...
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Enterotrack commercializing device for non-invasive inflammation monitoring

EnteroTrack LLC and the University of Colorado (CU) have executed an exclusive license agreement that will allow the company to develop and market a novel...
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John J. Reilly Jr. named dean of CU School of Medicine

Reilly, Dean Richard Krugman's successor, is currently the Jack D. Myers Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. He...
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CU School of Medicine receives $1.5 million estate gift

When Samuel Fosdick Jones, a leading Denver physician, was retiring from both his practice and his professorship at CU in 1930, he wanted to give back to the...
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CU-Boulder’s Rankin receives Excellence in Leadership Award

Patricia Rankin, associate vice chancellor for research at the University of Colorado Boulder, on Friday received the annual Excellence in Leadership Award,...
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Philanthropy at Work: Jones and Federico

M. Douglas Jones Jr., M.D, his daughter Monica Federico, M.D., and son-in-law Steven Federico, M.D., decided to give $20,000 for a current-use diversity...
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Dean’s State of the School address: ‘Don’t think it hasn’t been fun’

The University of Colorado School of Medicine has excelled at its primary missions during the past year, Dean Richard D. Krugman, MD, reported last week in his...
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High-schooler makes meaningful contributions to Alzheimer’s disease research

When Anna Newman was a young child, her grandmother taught her how to identify day lilies by their Latin names. When Anna was 9, her grandmother was diagnosed...
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Nurse helps homeless adolescents, prepares future public health leaders

Scott Harpin, Ph.D., rarely hears back from the young people he works with at the Urban Peak shelter. And maybe that is a good thing. “If they’re not going...
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Gala raises over $170,000 for combat veterans at CU Denver, CU Anschutz

Army veterans who are now students at CU Denver and CU Anschutz enjoy dinner with their wives at the "Combat to Classroom" gala at The Liniger Building at CU...
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Five questions for Laura Borgelt

Whether she’s swimming the English Channel or navigating the sometimes rocky waters of shared governance, the new chair of Faculty Council remains committed in...
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Beyond all odds, a doctor

Carmen Vandal, M.D., doesn’t have time to organize clothing drives, deliver strollers to new mothers and make house calls to struggling refugees in Aurora. But...

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