AURORA, Colo. (April 15, 2014) - Judith Albino, the first woman president of the University of Colorado, now leads a CU project to address crucial oral health issues among American Indian and Alaska Native children.
AURORA, Colo. (April 11, 14) – Scientists at the University of Colorado School of Medicine have shed light on one of the most common of ailments – the runny nose. Understanding the cause could lead to a cure.
DENVER (April 10, 2014) - Satellite city projects across the developing world are putting an increasing number of poor people at risk to natural hazards and climate change, according to a new study from the University of Colorado Denver.
DENVER and AURORA, Colo. (April 7, 2014) - Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professors Christopher Yakacki and Dana Carpenter received a National Institutes of Health grant to develop spinal cages.
DENVER (March 27, 2014) - The CU Denver Office of Research Services announces a program to distribute $150,000 of discretionary funding for grants to encourage and support creative activities by faculty.
ANSCHUTZ, Colo. (March 26, 2014) - A new venture next to the Anschutz Medical Campus will take the unusual step of combining research, business and education under one roof.
AURORA, Colo. (March 24, 2014) – The same gene family that may have helped the human brain become large and complex also is linked to the severity of autism, research from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus shows.
DENVER, Colo. (March 18) From python genomes to altitude sickness, research at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus is featured in the latest edition of Research Colorado, a glossy, 108-page annual magazine.
DENVER (Mar 19, 2014) – Researchers are currently conducting an online study called the Relationships Among Military Personnel (RAMP) project and are seeking Army soldiers and their civilian wives or girlfriends to participate.
AURORA, Colo. (March 17, 2014) – Researchers at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus, already focused on the effects of stroke in children, will receive $3 million as part of a national effort to better understand stroke.
AURORA, Colo. (March 18, 2014) - Innovation and creativity were the main themes of the fifth annual Postdoctoral Research Day. Some 60 researchers presented posters on topics from marijuana to infant weight gain.
AURORA, Colo (March 14, 2014) - The Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes (BDC) will receive a $2.1 million grant to help teach adolescents with Type 1 diabetes how to manage their disease and improve their health outcomes and quality of life.
DENVER (March 7, 2014) - Experts from the vast spectrum of marijuana research gathered Friday to discuss the medical and public policy implications of Colorado's new cannabis laws, focusing strongly on the drug's impact on children.
AURORA, Colo. (March 3, 2014) - Researchers who study injury and violence have created a new database and library aimed at helping fellow scientists in the field enjoy easier access to each other's work.
DENVER (Feb. 13, 2014) - When a tsunami struck American Samoa in 2009, indigenous institutions on the islands provided disaster relief that could help federal emergency managers in similar communities nationwide.
AURORA, Colo. (Feb. 4, 2014) - While adults make up 95 percent of those that die annually from vaccine preventable diseases, a new study from the University of Colorado School of Medicine shows that their vaccination rates remain stubbornly low.
DENVER (Jan. 16, 2014) - The general perception of war and soldiers is largely shaped by depictions in the popular media -- movies, books, news reports.
AURORA, Colo. (Jan. 13, 2014) - A study newly awarded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will look at whether lowering uric acid levels can prevent people with type 1 diabetes from needing hemodialysis or kidney transplant.
AURORA, Colo. (Dec. 10, 2013) – An international team of researchers has zeroed in on a protein that plays a key role in many lung-related ailments, from seasonal colds to more serious diseases.
DENVER (Dec. 5, 2013) - A human ancestor characterized by "robust" jaw and skull bones was a muscular creature with a gorilla-like upper body and more adaptive to its environment than previously thought, scientists have discovered.