Dr. Judy Regensteiner is a Professor in the Divisions of Internal
Medicine and Cardiology at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. She is the Director of the Center for Women’s Health Research, Principal Investigator and
Program Director for the “Building Interdisciplinary Research
Careers in Women’s Health” K-12 grant, and Assistant Division Head for Research in the division of General Internal Medicine. Her expertise is in the areas of women’s health, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
BA: University of Colorado, Boulder
MA: University of Colorado, Boulder
PhD: University of Colorado, Boulder
Rachel Aerne is the Assistant to Dr. Judy Regensteiner. She has over 15 years of Administrative/Executive Assistant as well as office management experience.
Dr. Amy Huebschmann
is an Associate Professor in the Division of Internal Medicine. Her research interests have focused on overcoming barriers to physical activity in patients with type 2 diabetes.
BS: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
MS: University of Colorado, Denver
MD: Vanderbilt University
Dr. Irene Schauer is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Diabetes. Her research interests address the role of insulin resistance and
fatty acid elevation in increased cardiovascular risk with the ultimate goal of identifying novel therapeutic targets for cardiovascular risk management.
BS: University of Tennessee, Knoxville
PhD: University of California, Berkeley
MD: University of Colorado School of Medicine
Ian M Leavitt is a Professional Research Assistant in the Division of Internal Medicine. With a background in exercise physiology, his research interests involve the melding of that knowledge and behavioral/social health sciences.
BS: Adelphi University
MS: Northeastern University
Katie Rogers is a Professional Research Assistant in the Division of Internal Medicine.
BS: University of Wyoming
MS: Baylor University
Deirdre Rafferty is a Professional Research Assistant in the Division of Internal Medicine.
BS: California University of Pennsylvania
MS: University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Ryan Mays is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Cardiology. His research is looking into how exercise can improve walking ability and health outcomes for patients with peripheral vascular disease (PAD).
BS: University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
MS: University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
PhD: University of Pittsburgh
MPH: University of Colorado School of Public Health
Dr. Mark Bridenstine is a Fellow in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Diabetes. His interests lie in exploring the mechanisms of exercise impairment in type 2 diabetes.
BA: Gonzaga University
MD: University of Hawaii