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Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) News and Stories

Health equity

Research    Health equity

Director's Corner

Dear CCTSI research community,

I was so delighted to see many of you at our tenth annual CU-CSU Summit, which we held on September 14. Faculty and staff from every CCTSI partner institution were present, demonstrating the high level of engagement, enthusiasm and collaboration among all of our partners. The topic was Research in Health Equity and Social Determinants and we were fortunate to be able to meet at the beautiful new Elliman Conference Center in the Anschutz Health Sciences Building. Chancellor Elliman himself helped launch the conference and we had a full day of presentations, interactive sessions, discussions and a poster session.

Author Ronald J. Sokol, MD | Publish Date September 27, 2022
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COVID-19    Health equity    Clinical Research

Emergency physician leads effort to reach and treat Coloradans with COVID-19

The nation has been coping with the pandemic for more than a year, and in this time, researchers have learned a great deal about how to treat COVID-19. Yet they have also been faced with what they still must learn, including how to reach the individuals who have been most dramatically impacted by the disease and who could benefit the most from new treatments. 

Author Wendy Meyer | Publish Date March 30, 2021
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Inside Colorado’s Battle Against Rare Diseases

news outlet5280
Publish DateAugust 03, 2022

Melissa Haendel’s background in genetic research might be the key to coordinating rare disease information across the CU Anschutz Campus—and the world. Haendel is one of the leaders in the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI).

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Q&A: Nationwide long COVID-19 study needs more participants

news outlet9News
Publish DateAugust 03, 2022

A CCTSI study looking at the long-term side effects some patients are facing months after a positive COVID-19 test, a condition often called long COVID, is searching for more participants.

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Prescription exercise?

news outletToday
Publish DateJune 06, 2022

In our new series Beyond the Scale, NBC’s John Torres reports for TODAY on a groundbreaking study at the National Institutes of Health that could help doctors prescribe personalized workout plans for patients.

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More than half of early Covid-19 patients at one hospital had symptoms two years later, study finds

news outletCNN
Publish DateMay 11, 2022

Even two years after their initial infection, the majority of people who were hospitalized with Covid-19 early in the pandemic had lingering symptoms, according to a new study that may be one of the longest and largest on record to follow people with long Covid.

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