The CU Technology Transfer Office reports the U.S. Patent Office has issued new patents to two separate CU Anschutz-based researcher teams lead by Don Bellgrau and Ulli Bayer.
Ken Schroeppel, AICP, director of Professional Engagement and Instructor in the Master of Urban and Regional Planning program in the College of Architecture and Planning, has been recognized for his Denver LoDo Alleys studio project.
Xiao-Jing Wang, MD, PhD, CU School of Medicine, has received the William Montagna Lecture Award from the Society for Investigative Dermatology.
Hamilton Bean, PhD, associate professor in Communication, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has earned Accreditation in Public Relations by the Public Relations Society of America.
University Veterinarian Jori Leszczynski, DVM, DACLAM, director of the Office of Laboratory Animal Resources (OLAR), has been awarded a $500,000 Research Facility Improvement Grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Hai Lin, PhD, associate professor, Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is receiving the 2014 Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award.
Charles Lockhart, MD, CU emeritus professor of anesthesiology and pediatrics, School of Medicine, has been named the recipient of the 2015 American Academy of Pediatrics Robert M. Smith Award,
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences colleagues Frederick Chambers, PhD, and John (Jack) Weihaupt, PhD, emeritus professor, have just published a new paper on glaciers in Antarctica.
William R. Hiatt, MD, professor of medicine, CU School of Medicine, has been named a Distinguished Scientist for 2014 by the American Heart Association.
The 1964-65 New York World’s Fair was “the last great one” says David Thomas, PhD, CU Denver assistant professor attendant, “because It was a lot of fun.”
Colorado School of Public Health Professor Angela Sauaia, MD, PhD, has published a new book “The Quest for Health Equity."
Christopher Phiel, PhD, and colleagues in Integrative Biology, recently have two papers accepted for publication
CU colleagues recently coauthored a book chapter titled “Patient and Family-Centered Care and the Interprofessional Team.”
Martin E. Huber, professor of Physics, has returned from his Fulbright-funded sabbatical in Israel.
Tess Jones, Marjorie Levine-Clark and Lisa Keränen participate in published work regarding health humanities.
Peter Anderson, PharmD, helped test effectiveness of and presented findiings regarding HIV prevention drug Truvada.
Barbara Weis: Serving as the guest editor for Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease.
Matthew J. Kennedy, PhD, assistant professor of pharmacology, School of Medicine, was named a Pew Scholar in Biomedical Sciences.
Christy Briles: Research documents forest recovery following fire
Kathrin Bernt received a Clinical Scientist Development Award from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Venu Akuthota: Publishes in The New England Journal of Medicine
Rachel E. Harding, assistant professor of Ethnic Studies, gave a lecture related to Candomblé at the Chautauqua Institution.
Edwin Liu, School of Medicine, collaborates with colleagues on celiac disease in infants.
Cheryl Krause-Parello was recognized nationally by nursing colleagues with the Jessie M. Scott Award.
Latest publications and presentations by Donna Martinez, Ethnic Studies
Alan Vajda, assistant professor of Environmental Endocrinology in Integrative Biology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, presented “Infrastructure Investment Improves Ecosystem Health”
Now showing: CU Denver's Howie Movshovitz appears in film documentary about the late film critic Roger Ebert.
Colin Weekes shares trial results for treating pancreatic and ovarian cancers.
Farah Ibrahim: Presents at College Counseling in a Multicultural World Conference
Rick Sommerfeld has been selected to present three projects at international conference.