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Innovation    Patient Care

Anatomy Expert Models Brains, Greases Wheels

 

Noah Leppek has an artist’s eye for aesthetics, a journalist’s zeal for accuracy, and a teacher’s gift for explaining the complex.


Author Chris Casey | Publish Date October 08, 2019
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Research    Innovation

Gender, Genetics and Grants

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Siddhartha Mukherjee, MD, distills the underrepresentation of women in clinical data down to a simple equation: “If you put male data in, you will get male data out.” Studies are only as good as the data available, he said, and without the other half of the genome represented in research, mistakes can be made.


Author Kiley Kudrna | Publish Date October 03, 2019
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Innovation    Education

Public health ethics toolkit offers unique resource

Is the area of public health ethics different from research ethics?


Author Blair Ilsley | Publish Date October 01, 2019
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Innovation

For modernizing healthcare, there's no place like home

No more waiting rooms. No more outdated, sticky magazines. No more trying not to touch anything as you wait to see a doctor.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date September 27, 2019
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Innovation    Press Releases

Scientists use advanced imaging to map uncharted area of genome

Using advanced imaging techniques, researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have mapped a previously uncharted region of the human genome that gives rise to a variety of disease, setting the stage to potentially test for the conditions in the future.


Author David Kelly | Publish Date September 18, 2019
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Innovation    Campus Life

This is BREAKTHROUGH: Exciting campaign, extraordinary campus

You've heard the buzz, maybe seen the signs. Swing by the Communications tent in front of the Fitzsimons Building at today’s Block Party and get the scoop – along with some cool branded swag.


Author Chris Casey | Publish Date September 18, 2019
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Research    Innovation

What does it mean to become an academic innovator?

The CU Anschutz Innovator Spotlight is a new video series that celebrates the discoveries of CU Anschutz inventors. Dr. Malik Kahook is one of the most prolific inventors and entrepreneurs on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. Take a journey with Dr. Kahook in the video below as he shares what it means to become an academic innovator.


Author CU Innovations | Publish Date September 09, 2019
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Innovation

AI meets offers real-world benefits to healthcare

In contrast to the science fiction portrayal of evil computers plotting to overthrow humankind, artificial intelligence (AI) in fact seems poised to help improve human health in a multitude of ways, including flagging suspicious moles for dermatologist follow-up, monitoring blood volume in military field personnel and tracking flu outbreaks via Twitter.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date September 03, 2019
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Innovation    Press Releases

First out-of-home gun storage map to prevent suicide

Faculty members at the Colorado School of Public Health and the University of Colorado School of Medicine at the Anschutz Medical Campus announced the Colorado Gun Storage Map, the first online out-of-home firearm storage map in the country. Until now, there’s been no web-based resource to link community members and clinicians to off-site storage options, such as firearm retailers or law enforcement agencies, during times of crisis. The new resource was developed in collaboration with the Colorado Firearm Safety Coalition, a group of gun shop owners, firearms trainers, and public health researchers who share a goal of preventing suicide.


Author Julia Milzer | Publish Date August 26, 2019
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Innovation

Bus revs up innovative access to sun safety

Strolling across the manicured lawn of the Denver Polo Club under a bluebird Colorado sky, Neil Box, PhD, walks his sun-safety talk. He wears a wide-brimmed Wallaroo hat, dark sunglasses and EltaMD sunscreen, while greeting the many attendees of the recent “Mallets for Melanoma,” an annual fundraising event for the Colorado Melanoma Foundation (CMF).


Author Chris Casey | Publish Date July 30, 2019
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