The University of Colorado Denver has a nationally recognized Integrative Biology department. Many students of the program are trained for careers in the medical field, and CU Denver's biology department works closely with the Anschutz Medical Campus to supply Colorado's future doctors and other medical personnel. The department is also strongly involved in research, and faculty members apply the same enthusiasm they show in the classrom to engaging in ground-breaking work in fields like gene expression and developmental biology, the use of bacteria for bioremediation, regulation of behavior in ant colonies, studies of prairie dog colonies, and the conservation of high elevation forests. In his work at CU Denver, Dr. Brad Stith's research was amongst the first to shed light on how lipids affect fertilization and cancer cells, and his lab supports numerous undergraduate researchers every semester.
Alan Priest Brockway Scholarship Fund – Helps to provide funds to an emergency loan program for students enrolled in Biology.
Biology Department – Provides support for the Biology Department at the University of Colorado Denver.
Research Opportunity Fund - To provide support for student scholarly activities at the University of Colorado at Denver. This is done primarily through undergraduate research assistantships.
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