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"For so many reasons, participating in the TL1 program was truly a career-changing experience", says Christina Eckhardt, "culminated in a faculty position here at CUIMC."
Interview with Hiral Shah, MD, assistant professor of neurology, about her work addressing the health disparities for Parkinson's disease diagnosis and treatment faced by minority communities.
Dean Armstrong announces Muredach Reilly, MD, as the new Vice Dean for Clinical and Translational Research at VP&S.
Dr. Colecraft's current work focusses on "Molecular Physiology of Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channels," his inspiration comes from...
Source:clicApril 1, 2021
Highlighting innovative responses from the Irving Institute Precision Medicine Resource (PMR) and Clinical Research Resource (CRR) to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- March 22, 2021
As a professor of biomedical engineering and director of research for stem cell and tissue engineering at Columbia University, Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic has a profound and poetic approach to her work.
- February 19, 2021
Dr. Max O’Donnell, Dr. Katharina Schultebraucks and Dr. Sagi Shapira were named as finalists for the 2021 Top 10 Clinical Research Achievement Awards.
Source:CUIMC NewsroomJanuary 25, 2021
The CUIMC Task Force for Addressing Structural Racism in the Health Sciences developed the lecture series to increase attention on racial/ethnic health disparities and their solutions
Source:CUIMC NewsroomJanuary 22, 2021
CU faculty and staff share their own personal reasons for getting vaccinated and why vaccination is critical to ending the pandemic and its suffering.
Source:Cambridge JournalDecember 10, 2020
The Irving Institute Community Engagement Core Resource (CECR) was given the Match Maestro award from ResearchMatch in 2018 and supported this study.
Source:CUIMC NewsroomDecember 10, 2020
New technology, supported through Irving Institute grant, could be used to treat dozens of diseases.
Source:CUIMC NewsroomDecember 7, 2020
A hormone that can suppress food intake in mice is showing similar results in humans and non-human primates, according to a new study (link is external and opens in a new window)published in eLife.
Source:CUIMC NewsroomNovember 10, 2020
Researchers have identified a genetic signature in localized prostate cancer that can predict whether the cancer is likely to spread, or metastasize
- November 6, 2020
Congratulations to seven of our CBPR awardees who have received Provost's Faculty Seed Grants under the “Addressing Racism: A Call to Action for Higher Education” Initiative.