The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is one of the top-ranked biomedical research institutions in the United States. The Biomedical researchers on the Anschutz campus obtained over $350 million in research grants and contracts in 2007.
Our new biomedical campus opened in 2004, and continues to expand to house state-of-the-art research facilities for the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry: Research 1, Research 2.
In addition to brand new buildings, Ph.D. students in the Graduate Program in Cell Biology, Stem Cells and Development have access to a wide array of cutting edge research facilities and scientific instruments at our new biomedical campus. These resources allow CSD students to conduct experiments that address fundamental questions in cell biology, stem cells and developmental biology.
Facilities and resources available to CSD students are listed below: