The CU School of Medicine researchers led the identification of child abuse with the publication in 1962 of their paper, The Battered-Child Syndrome.
The World Health Organization named the Colorado School of Public Health Center for Global Health a collaborating center for promoting family and child health.
In partnership with the State of Colorado, the Colorado School of Public Health is one of only five CDC Centers for Food Safety Excellence in the United States.
Nearly all researchers who participate in cancer-related basic, translational and clinical research in Colorado are CU Cancer Center investigators.
The first human liver transplant was performed by a surgical team from the CU School of Medicine.
CCTSI is the largest NIH-funded Clinical and Translational Science Awards initiative in the Rocky Mountain region.