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Celebrating Exceptional Women in Medicine During National Hispanic Heritage Month

Series spotlights women who pave the way in medicine every day, explores how the pandemic impacts their careers

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Written by CU Anschutz News on September 14, 2021

Celebrating exceptional women on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus? No problem.

The women on this campus teach tomorrow’s healthcare experts, move science forward with breakthrough discoveries and care for patients during their most challenging times. They are medical pioneers, wives, daughters, sisters, friends, mothers, role models and heroes.

Throughout September, in recognition of the American Medical Association’s (AMA) Women in Medicine Month, we are recognizing a few of the extraordinary women who work in all aspects of the medical field on our campus. They share the significance of being a woman in medicine and the challenges of fulfilling their numerous roles during a worldwide pandemic.

September also marks National Hispanic Heritage Month, and this week’s featured women exemplify the important contributions of Latinas in the healthcare profession, from research and mentorship to clinical practice for underserved communities.

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