One of the controversies surrounding the recent arrest and death of Sandra Bland in Texas surrounds the video of the incident.
Eight years ago, University of Colorado Hospital completed the last leg of a historic relocation to the Anschutz Medical Campus from its longtime home on Ninth Avenue in central Denver.
A study out of the University of Colorado College of Nursing has examined advance-care planning for congestive heart failure and shown a lack of clear triggers alerting providers to when it's time to begin end-of-life discussions.
DENVER (July 27, 2015) – Jeremy Németh, a professor and researcher at CU Denver, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholars grant to study pedestrian space and walkability in Europe for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Contact with another player was the most common way of concussions in a study of high school soccer players, while heading the ball was the most common soccer-specific activity according to an article published by JAMA Pediatrics.
AURORA, Colo. (July 8, 2015) – After examining decades of data, researchers at the University of Colorado Denver have found that a lack of education may be as deadly as smoking.
DENVER (July 9, 2015) – A new study from the University of Colorado Denver finds that male exotic dancers, or strippers, remain committed to stripping because it enhances their self-concept.
AURORA, Colo. (June 30, 2015) – The CU Anschutz Medical Campus will partner with several health care and public health organizations across the state to develop ECHO Colorado, funded by a nearly $3.3 million grant from the Colorado Health Foundation.
ASPEN, Colo. - At the heart of a roundtable on regenerative medicine was the groundbreaking research taking place at the new Gates Biomanufacturing Facility (GBF) on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
ASPEN, Colo. - The cultural shift that has seen children move away from playing outdoors and using their imagination in the playground is contributing to catastrophic rates of obesity, type 2 diabetes and other serious health problems.
ASPEN — Advances in translational medicine and research. Top-quality clinical care and patient outcomes. Development of talent. All of these unite at academic medical centers, health care standouts looking to hold that status into the future.
ASPEN, Colo. -The promise of improved sexual function, set in motion 17 years ago with the approval of the male erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, is behind the push for a new drug that could boost women’s libido.
AURORA, Colo. – The world-renowned Watson Caring Science Institute and International Caritas Consortium is moving from Boulder to the College of Nursing at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
CU Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow received a Denver Business Journal Legacy Award on June 18 for his significant contributions to Colorado education throughout his career.
DENVER—Inspiration can strike in odd, even mundane, places. For biologist Scott Fulbright, it was in the greeting card aisle. Fulbright and Steve Albers won the $10,000 top prize at the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition
DENVER (June 15, 2015) – A new study from CU Denver finds that scientists agree that children of same-sex parents experience "no difference" on a range of social and behavioral outcomes compared to children of heterosexual or single parents.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said the CU Denver School of Education & Human Development is "way ahead of the curve" in giving student teachers real-world classroom time and support.
AURORA, Colo. (June 4, 2015) – As America’s obesity epidemic grows, a new study from CU Anschutz shows that a low-cost, non-profit weight loss program offers the kind of long-term results that often elude dieters.
Any nervousness Skyler Saleh had about presenting Team Stratus's project to a group of judges is long gone. He smiles and launches into the scope of his team's robotic navigation system: "We want to make the state-of-the-art robots available to anyone."
AURORA, Colo. (May 28, 2015) – Researchers at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus have found a key molecular pathway that aids in the renewal of taste buds, a finding that could help cancer patients suffering from altered taste during treatment.