In the rapidly evolving field of health care, technological advances are more important than ever before.
At the State of the Campus Address, Chancellor Don Elliman noted recent accomplishments and details a vision for the next year.
Sheridan Health Services, an innovative clinic owned and operated by the CU College of Nursing, was recently accepted into the Colorado State Innovation Model.In the rapidly evolving field of health care, technological advances are more important than ever before.
Researchers unveiled a more efficient approach to reprogramming a patient's diseased skin cells into stem cells.
In 2018, researchers conducted the first large, randomized study of its kind to show a lasting reduction in irritability and other positive social communication impacts on children with autism through therapeutic horse riding.
Regie Santos-Cortez, MD, PhD, associate professor of Otolaryngology at the CU School of Medicine is leading a team looking a genetic variants associated with recurrent middle ear infections.
Carol and Jeffery Blake searched for the best migraine care in the world.
Courtney Caudill was born with ectodermal dysplasia, a rare condition that affects teeth, skin, hair, fingernails and eyes.
Thomas Jensen, MD, is on a quest to develop methods of detecting and treating the most prevalent chronic liver disease in the United States -- Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.
Delta Dental of Colorado is supporting interdisciplinary education among health professionals through the Frontier Center at the CU School of Dental Medicine.
Students at the CU Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences are volunteering with Pharmacist Line9.
Sheridan Health Services, an innovative clinic owned and operated by the CU College of Nursing, was recently accepted into the Colorado State Innovation Model.