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Highlights at the School of Medicine




 

Green Vegetables Are Hard To Find In Baby Food

Convincing children to eat green vegetables might be difficult in part because their tastes often aren’t nurtured in infancy to accept the bitterness of dark green vegetables.




 

Top NCI Researcher Joins School of Medicine Faculty

The University of Colorado School of Medicine announced that Terry Fry, MD, has been recruited from the National Cancer Institute to join the faculty, effective February 2018. 




 

Improved Understanding of Color Vision in Mice

CU scientists, led by Maureen Stabio, PhD, assistant professor of anatomy and neurobiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, have discovered a new property of a little understood cell called the M5.




 

Improving Health Status for People with Heart Failure

Patients with chronic heart failure face related health problems, such as depression and fatigue, that could be relieved by an expanded model of care, according the study, “Improving Health Status for Patients with Chronic Heart Failure,” published in JAMA Internal Medicine.




 

New Chair of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Venu Akuthota, MD, was named chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation effective January 1. 


 

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