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John J. Reilly, Jr., MD, who became dean of the CU School of Medicine in April. Photo by Glenn Asakawa




Q&A with Dean Reilly

John Reilly, Jr., MD, discusses his background before joining the School of Medicine earlier this year, and his views on the future of clinical care, research and diversity.


Hot Spotters

CU students steered needy UCH Emergency Department patients toward follow-up medical appointments and social services.



Dawn Clinic Teaches Integrated Care

CU health sciences students help Aurora's poor with health care, while learning how to work as part of an interdisciplinary team at a new clinic down the street from campus.



A Gas Gauge for Glycogen 

CU scientists have found a way to easily measure glucose levels in athletes and accident victims to prevent injuries and muscle-wasting. 


‘Building Better Babies’

Children born to obese women are more likely to become obese themselves, and a CU researcher wants to find a way to block that from happening.


The Disgust Diet

Pictures of gross things - think cockroaches and vomit - flashed for a fraction of a second can destroy your appetite. Could this technique be used to help with weight loss?


Anatomy of a Surgeon 

A photography exhibit of CU surgeons in action was the subject of an exhibition this summer on campus.      


Pregnant Teens Go to CAMP

CAMP, a 25-year-old CU and Children's Hospital Colorado program for pregnant girls, provides support before and after childbirth. 



Treating the Body and the Mind

Three federal projects will help Colorado physicians integrate physical and behavioral health care over the next four years.