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CWHR part of historic $120 million gift from The Anschutz Foundation8/21/2018
CWHR Scientific Council member, Dr. Nanette Wenger addresses reasons why heart attacks may be missed. CNN, February 19, 20182/19/2018
Judy Regensteiner, PhD, of CWHR, is quoted in this Consumer Report article on how much exercise is needed to see health benefits1/30/2018
Exciting New Results from CWHR Seed Grant Recipient Karen Jonscher, PhD1/22/2018
CWHR Director Dr. Judy Regensteiner was honored to represent the American Heart Association at a World Diabetes Day 11/15/2017
CWHR Researcher Liz Wellberg Receives Susan G. Komen Grant10/17/2017
​CWHR Researcher Stacey Simon contributes to article on the effects of lack of sleep on children.9/26/2017
CWHR researcher Stacey Simon is helping uncover a link between lack of sleep and diabetes in children8/15/2017
CWHR senior faculty member Wendy Kohrt’s featured in The New York Times for her work on estrogen and menopause8/7/2017
Considering Sex as a Biological Variable will be Valuable for Neuroscience Research 12/7/2016
CWHR Researchers Drs. Amy Huebschmann, Jane EB Reusch and Judith Regensteiner Contributors in this Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association12/22/2015
​University of Colorado School of Medicine Among Ten Institutions to Receive Grants to Retain Clinical Scientists12/4/2015
CWHR Researcher Publication: Dr. Kristen Nadeau12/4/2015
Reducing body temperature can save neurological functions11/24/2015
NPR: Fetal Cells May Protect Mom From Disease Long After The Baby's Born10/27/2015
CWHR Researcher Publication: Dr. David Kao8/6/2015
TIME Magazine: CWHR Researcher Publication: Dr. Kristin Boyle6/9/2015
CDC National Diabetes Statistics Report6/4/2014
Physical Inactivity is the Top Factor for Heart Disease in Women5/8/2014
Ted Talk - Paula Johnson5/5/2014
Chronicle of Philanthropy4/10/2014
Low-carb, high-fat diet may not be best for gestational diabetes4/7/2014
Colorado research center works to get more women working in science2/20/2014
KDVR Inteview Feautring Judy Regensteiner, Director of the Center for Women's Health Research2/19/2014
Sex Matters: Drugs Can Affect Sexes Differently2/9/2014
Weight Lifting Linked with Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Women1/17/2014
Dr. Colleen Julian has three articles in press12/4/2013
Five questions for Judith Regensteiner9/13/2013
Outstanding Research Mentor Award for 20138/9/2013
Gender Summit - North America8/9/2013
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