• Denver Bronco brings health seminars to medical campus

    Graham partners with Health and Wellness Center

    The University of Colorado Denver’s Health and Wellness Center and the Daniel Graham Foundation are co-sponsoring a series of five seminars to promote physical fitness and a healthful lifestyle.… Full Story

    April 11, 2009
    Caitlin Jenney
  • Low Dose Aspirin and Pregnancy Loss

    Study looks at low dose aspirin and its effect on pregnancy in women who had pregnancy loss Researchers in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine want to know if low doses of aspirin can help a woman conceive, maintain the pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby.… Full Story

    April 3, 2009
    Erika Matich
  • Researcher Receives International Award for Work in Down Syndrome

    It is an understatement to say Dr. Alberto Costa is passionate about Down syndrome. As a medical doctor and neurological researcher who found his calling when his daughter was born with Down syndrome 13 years ago, he has spent the years since dedicated to researching the disorder and its impact on the brain related to learning and memory.… Full Story

    March 23, 2009
    Tonya Ewers
  • CU Denver medical students learn residency on Match Day

    Thousands around U.S. discover locations at once

    Years of studying, research and anticipation culminated at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 19, as approximately 132 graduating medical students from the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Medicine snatched the coveted letter disclosing their residency placement for the next three to seven years.… Full Story

    March 20, 2009
    Tonya Ewers
  • Stephen Davies

    Super researcher owes one to Superman

    Stephen Davies’ research into repairing spinal cord injuries comes too late for Christopher Reeve, the actor who played Superman and who died in 2004 after being paralyzed in a horseback riding accident.… Full Story

    March 6, 2009
    Guest Contributor
  • Vitamin D deficiency may increase risk of colds, flu

    Large-scale study supports potential role in boosting immune system, more research needed Vitamin D may be an important way to arm the immune system against disorders like the common cold, report investigators from the University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) School of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Children’s Hospital Boston.… Full Story

    February 23, 2009
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