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State of the School  ​


In his third annual State of the School address, Dean John Reilly, Jr., MD, said the University of Colorado School of Medicine continues on a growth trajectory that offers time and resources to build an even stronger medical school. By depending on its existing clinical enterprise, the School has been able to provide funding for robust research and education programs. “We’re in an amazing time here at the School of Medicine,” Reilly said.

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School of Medicine News

New STEM School for Campus

A school for sixth- through 12th graders studying science, technology, engineering and math will open by 2019 next to campus, where research and laboratories will extend students' learning opportunities.

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Drug Pressure Drug Prevents Diabetes

A drug commonly used to control high blood pressure may also help prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes in up to 60 percent of those at risk, according to researchers at CU and the University of Florida.

Low Sodium Linked to Impaired Thinking

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