School of Medicine graduate Darrell Kirch, MD ’77 led the Association of American Medical Colleges.
School of Medicine clinical professor Jeremy Lazarus, MD, served as president of the American Medical Association in 2012-2013.
The School of Medicine is based on the country’s newest health care campus that combines development investments of $2 billion.
The Anschutz Medical Campus, home of the School of Medicine, has an annual economic impact $420 million on the Colorado economy.
The School of Medicine’s new branch in Colorado Springs provides additional learning opportunities for future doctors.
The School of Medicine won a national
grant in 2013 to pilot a new model for training pediatricians based on
competency rather than time in school.
The School of Medicine offers one of the country’s top rural medicine programs.
The School of Medicine ranks in the top
10 in the U.S. among public medical schools in total federal research
grants and contracts.
Genetic researchers at the School of
Medicine designed mice that do not get fat when on a high-fat diet – a
milestone in obesity research.
The School of Medicine’s experts in
preventing child abuse are helping revamp the state’s system for
training child-protection workers.
School of Medicine professor Eric
Coleman, MD, was named a 2012 MacArthur Foundation genius fellow for
helping patients transition from hospital to home.
Medical school professors Michael
Hambidge, MD, and Nancy Krebs, MD, won an $11 million Gates Foundation
grant to improve pregnancy nutrition in poor nations.
School of Medicine professor James Hill,
PhD, is consulting with Walt Disney Co. on nutritional guidelines to
help combat childhood obesity.
School of Medicine professor Comilla
Sasson, MD, is mapping all automated external defibrillators in Denver
to help life-saving efforts by emergency responders.
School of Medicine professor Iñigo San
Millán, PhD, is applying his research by working with the Colorado
Buffaloes football team to improve player performance.
School of Medicine professor Richard
Johnson, MD, found that the human body has a fat switch that slows
metabolism and contributes to obesity.
ABC’s “Extreme Weight Loss” selected the
Anschutz Health and Wellness Center as its partner in medical oversight,
weight loss and nutrition services.