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“It is a relatively simple concept with an incredibly complex design,” says Douglas Ney, MD, of an electrode cap  that interrupts cancer cell structures. From left, Brandy Boley, Justin Boley and Ney. Photos by Dan Weaver. 




Electrode Cap Helps Cancer Patients

With the care of a compassionate CU Cancer Center physician and the use of a novel medical device, Justin Boley believes he has his whole life ahead of him.


Q&A with Michelle Barron

The School of Medicine associate professor focuses on infection control research – especially in hospitals – in fungal infections, transplant infectious diseases and HIV care.



Restoring Sight

The UCHealth Eye Center is "doubling down" on efforts to find a cure for age-related macular degeneration. 



Wilderness Medicine Goes to Greenland 

CU emergency medical physicians will provide remote medical support for a global research facility on the Greenland ice sheet. 


Palliative Care Master's Degree

The nation's first interprofessional master's degree in palliative care will begin classes this year at Anschutz Medical Campus.


Med Students Practice Public Health Crisis

An annual drill prepares fourth-year medical students for public health emergencies.


Campus Neighbors Become Employees

The Hire Local program helps train nearby residents for jobs at two campus hospitals.     


Students Learn Role of Medicine in Holocaust

A $100,000 pledge from a local physician will provide funding to teach health sciences students the role of medical professionals in the Holocaust. 



Boxing Therapy for Parkinson's Patients

Physical therapy students and boxing coaches host the Power Punch for Parkinson’s program to help patients recover mobility. 




A Day in the Lab for High School Students

Twenty-two Denver high schoolers visited campus for a shadow day that offered close-up insight into research and healthcare-related fields.