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Medicine Monthly – October 2022

In this issue:

  • DOM Faculty & Staff Recognition Event
  • Drs. Song, Lam and Lau Receive $8M+ in NIH Research Grants
  • 2022 CU Anschutz Research Awards Announced
  • 2023 SOM Translational Research Scholars Program RFA
  • Office of Advancement Publishes 2022 Momentum


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date October 07, 2022
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Medicine Monthly – September 2022

In this issue:

  • New leadership structure for DOM research mission
  • Call for nominations: DOM Faculty Recognition Event
  • DOM Quality & Patient Safety Annual Report
  • Funding opportunities from CCTSI and Burroughs Wellcome Fund
  • Research & Innovation Conferences begin this month and more!

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date September 07, 2022
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Medicine Monthly – August 2022

In this issue:

  • Poll for faculty senators
  • Medicine Grand Rounds
  • UCHealth rankings
  • CU ASPIRE Program Team awards
  • WellDOM opportunities

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date August 05, 2022
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DOM Newsletter

July 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • Faculty Promotions 2022 Announcement
  • Call for Applications: University of Colorado Interdisciplinary Joint Biology Pilot Program
  • Updated NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy
  • Internal Medicine Residency Program Annual Awards

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date July 05, 2022
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June 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • APP Balint Groups
  • 2022-23 PACE Scholars
  • Laptops for Telemedicine Providers
  • Shark Tank Winners
  • Leadership Appointments and Promotions

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date June 02, 2022
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May 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

Our DOM communications team has helped reformat our newsletter, aiming for brevity, visual appeal and interactivity. For topics of interest, you will always find more in-depth coverage with the click of a button. Optimizing communications is a priority of the DOM and I hope this new approach makes it easier for you to access key highlights.



Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date May 04, 2022
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April 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • DOM Research Day Recap

  • PRIDE AGOLD Summer Institute

  • Shark Tank Call for Applications

  • Write for The Conversation

  • Residency Match Day Results


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date April 06, 2022
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March 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • Updated Campus COVID Protocols

  • DOM Research Day: Call for Abstracts

  • SOM Bridge Funding

  • Grand Rounds Speaker Nominations

  • Call for Applications: DOM Shark Tank Competition


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date March 01, 2022
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February 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • COVID Expert Forum Recording

  • DOM Research Day: Call for Abstracts

  • Staff Mentorship Program

  • 2022-23 Chief Medical Residents

  • UCH Consult Tip Sheets

  • Vote Now: US News & World Report Best Hospitals


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date February 01, 2022
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January 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • DOM Hosts COVID Expert Forum

  • Important Campus Updates

  • LInQS Fellowship Program

  • In Memoriam: Dr. Hugo Rosen

  • Helping Marshall Fire Victims


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date January 05, 2022
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December 2021 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • Mid-Career Faculty Women's Leadership Development Program

  • New SOM Research Funding Opportunities

  • UCH Recharge Room

  • BRIM Workshops

  • Additional Holiday Leave


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date December 01, 2021
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Department of Medicine In the News

Invest Records

What Cancer Does Dustin Have?

news outletInvest Records
Publish DateDecember 04, 2022

Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, [assistant professor of medicine and] a member of the University of Colorado Cancer Center, states that small cell carcinoma — rare cancer that often spreads aggressively and has no associated screening procedure — is a reminder of how much work remains for medical professionals in the fight against cancer.

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Yahoo News

Signs You May Have Diabetes and When to Seek Help

news outletYahoo News
Publish DateDecember 01, 2022

"Although COVID-19 is a pandemic, overweight/obesity is becoming the most common chronic disease 'pandemic' in the world," says Robert Eckel, professor of medicine emeritus at the University of Colorado School of Medicine Anschutz Medical Campus and immediate past president of the American Diabetes Association (ADA). “Obesity is the most important predictor of new onset type 2 diabetes.”

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Washington Post

8 tips to avoid getting your family sick during holiday travel

news outletWashington Post
Publish DateNovember 23, 2022

Michelle Barron, senior medical director of infection prevention at UC Health [and professor of medicine at CU School of Medicine] in Colorado, said this time of year often brings norovirus outbreaks as well. “People have been talking about the ‘tripledemic’” — referring to covid, flu and RSV, a common virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms — “I’m like no, this is just the season of grossness,” she said.

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NPR

Doctors who would like to defy abortion laws say it’s too risky

news outletNPR
Publish DateNovember 22, 2022

Another example: the Texas Policy Evaluation Project conducted a survey of clinicians operating under that state’s restrictions. It found that sometimes providers avoided doing D&Cs, opting instead for a surgical incision into the uterus because it might not be constructed as an abortion. “That’s just nuts.” Matthew Wynia directs the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Colorado. “Much more dangerous, much more risky. The woman may never have another pregnancy now because you’re trying to avoid being accused of having conducted an abortion.”

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