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Daniel Hitchcock, right, with Cecelia Ross, senior medical assistant care coordinator. Hitchcock is a graduate of Project SEARCH at Children's Hospital Colorado, one of two programs that train and employ underrepresented metro area residents. 




Call for Patient-Centric Care

Abraham Nussbaum, MD, MTS, the author of The Finest Traditions of my Calling: One Physician's Search for the Renewal of Medicine, discusses the future of healthcare. "The body is not an inanimate object," Nussbaum says.




'This Grant Has Totally Rocked My World' ​

Major funding from the Doris Duke Foundation is helping early career researcher-clinicians  stay on track despite personal challenges. "This grant shows these young researchers that someone cares,”​ says principal investigator Judith Regensteiner, PhD. 



How Doctors Die

In the latest Faculty Matters, Dan Matlock, MD, MPH, and Stacy Fischer, MD, report how they researched the belief that doctors "die differently" than the rest of the public. 




DREAM Offers a Head Start to Research   

As an undergraduate, Bryan Nycz heard a guest lecture about the human microbiome by Daniel Frank, PhD, an infectious diseases researcher at the CU School of Medicine.  Following his first year of medical school he was working in Frank's lab.



Project Launch Offers Training, Hope

"I think it was one of the most crucial experiences I had prior to starting my career,' says CU School of Medicine graduate Chisom Agbim of Children's Hospital Colorado's Medical Career Collaborative Program, one of two programs designed to attract underrepresented residents to health care professions.



High Tech Radiology Classroom 

The CU School of Medicine’s Department of Radiology has created a teaching space to replace lecture halls and improve student learning through technology.



In the News

Media from around the country turn to the CU School of Medicine for expertise.