CU’s Mark W. Geraci, a pulmonologist and lung cancer researcher, has been named the new chair of the Department of Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine, effective Aug. 24, 2015.
CU’s Todd Bull, a pulmonologist: “She had extremely severe disease — life-threatening.” UCH’s Pulmonary Hypertension Center was recently accredited as a Center for Comprehensive Care.
CU’s Wendy Kohrt: “The anecdotes we often hear about weight — there is real biology behind why it becomes more difficult for women to lose weight or to prevent gain after menopause than before.”
CU’s Amy Heubschmann: “People are more likely to be active if they find exercises that are personally rewarding, such as walking regularly or going to an exercise class.”
With an infusion of $1.5 million, CU’s Virginia Borges will lead the research to help find new treatments for young women and young mothers who have breast cancer.
CU’s Thomas Campbell, an HIV researcher: “This is the first human study of this antibody. It gives a strong signal that the people who are developing this approach should continue on with this type of investigation.”
CU’s Jason Persoff: "Edibles go through digestion, and it takes a while for that to happen. That can lead to a sustained high, and it also can have sustained side effects.”
CU's Holly Wyatt:"The app offers individuals a clear-cut end goal for weight loss and provides users with an important tool to activate and achieve a successful programme."
CU's Robert H. Eckel:"I think the public's completely confused. The right studies need to be done where the entire diet is prescribed and the only modification is in cholesterol content."
"What does it mean to a patient when you says it's OK to stop taking a medication?" asks CUs Jean Kutner, a professor in medicine.
CU’s Ross Camidge says the revolution in the last decade has been in diagnosing and treating cancer at the molecular level.
CU’s Greg Everson: “We found that the test had tremendous sensitivity over the full range of liver disease, not just at late stage.”
"There are some things you can't figure out by someone tapping into an iPhone"
"Health care professionals, dietitians, school systems, churches and the government, to some extent, can all get involved, but it starts at home"
CU’s Judy Regensteiner: “It’s doing nothing that’s destructive to your health. If people really want to find a way they can.”