The Division of General Internal Medicine has a strong and growing research enterprise.
Divisional research is supported by grants from the NIH (NCI, NCCAM, NIDDK), Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, National Center for Palliative Care Research, American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Association, Glase-Smith-Klyne, Hartford, FIMDM, Colorado Health Foundation, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, CCTSI, Colorado Prevention Center, University of Virginia, Columbia University, and American College of Physicians as well as private donations (Mordecai Palliative Care Research Fund) and an endowed chair (Meiklejohn Endowed Chair in Internal Medicine). See Grants Awarded
The GIM small grants program provides opportunities for new researchers to obtain experience in the field. Please take a moment to review the information we provide about our research programs, areas of interest and research faculty.
Divisional areas of research expertise include:
- Chronic Disease management
- Cardiovascular disease prevention and management (see JNC-7 Guidelines)
- Diabetes prevention and management
- Health Disparities/ vulnerable populations
- Hospice and community-based research, symptom and quality of life research, heart failure
- Medical Education
- Palliative Care (Program in Palliative Care Research)
- Patient-centered Health Information Technology
- Practice redesign and health care delivery
- Primary Care for the Underserved
- Shared decision-making and decision support, including use of information technology and disease registries
Please choose a category from the areas of research to the right for more information, or browse information about our partnerships and collaborations.