• Exhibit showcases Rembrandt’s most celebrated work

    Tobia and Dr. Morton Mower to once again share impressive rare collection with the public

    The Art Gallery at the Fulginiti Pavilion at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will host another one-of-a-kind fine art exhibit which opens to the public this Friday. … Full Story

    October 4, 2017
    Nathan Gill
  • Researchers study patient-centered model for diabetes group care

    $4.76 million from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

    A team of investigators from the University of Colorado School of Medicine Adult & Child Consortium for Health Outcomes Research & Delivery Science (ACCORDS), Jefferson Center for Mental Health, Denver Health & Hospital Authority and Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals of Cleveland has been approved for a $4.76 million award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to study diabetes shared medical appointments, also called group visits.… Full Story

    October 2, 2017
    Nathan Gill
  • New oral diabetes drug shows promise

    Sotagliflozin may improve glucose control without weight gain or increase in severe hypoglycemia

    A University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus study finds sotagliflozin helps control glucose and reduces the need for insulin in patients with type 1 diabetes.… Full Story

    September 13, 2017
    Nathan Gill
  • Jankowski awarded NIH funding for bone density study

    Project to test exercise and a hormone therapy for older women

    Approximately 46 percent (21 million) of older women in the United States have low bone mass, a condition that increases the risk of fracture, disability, and death, but may also be reversible.… Full Story

    September 12, 2017
    Nathan Gill
    Kathy Jankowski, CU College of Nursing
  • Small cash incentives can encourage primary care visits

    They reduce emergency department use and improve patient care while lowering long-term costs

    An economic experiment to inform policymakers considering Medicaid expansion shows small cash incentives to low-income people with new health care coverage can promote primary care visits that may significantly reduce costs overall.… Full Story

    August 7, 2017
    Nathan Gill
    health money
  • Most remaining smokers in US have low socioeconomic status

    Disparities among smokers widening as most vulnerable find it hardest to quit

    After decades of declining US smoking rates overall, most remaining smokers have low income, no college education, no health insurance or a disability, according to research from the Colorado School of Public Health at CU Anschutz.… Full Story

    March 23, 2017
    Nathan Gill
    tobacco smoker ill2
  • Water fluoridation saves Americans over $6 billion in dental work

    CU Anschutz study finds national return on investment is 20 to one

    Americans enjoyed savings of $32 per capita in tooth decay prevention, according to a national assessment of fluoridation by Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH) researchers published in Health Affairs.… Full Story

    February 28, 2017
    Nathan Gill
    water