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New Research Shows Antidepressants Work, Just not the Way Many Originally Thought

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Publish DateJune 21, 2024

New research from CU Anschutz shows that antidepressants work, just not the way many doctors originally thought. “By fixing the connection, you allow the brain to respond to the world in a different way, and you get out of that rut of negative thinking that characterizes depression,” says Scott Thompson with CU School of Medicine. 

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Storm chasing doctor captures beauty in weather

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Publish DateMarch 21, 2023

There's a unique art display in Aurora featuring the photography of a local storm chaser. Jason Persoff is a doctor. He's also an associate professor of medicine and teaches med students, residents and nurses at the University of Colorado Anschutz medical campus. "I'm what's called a hospitalist," he said. "It's my job is to usher you through the system on the inpatient end after you leave the emergency department."

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A school district takes students' mental health into their own hands

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Publish DateFebruary 24, 2023

The district will help with the education and class side and pair up with Children's Hospital of Colorado and the University of Colorado to provide the treatment side to assure quality of care.

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CU Anschutz researcher awarded 5-year NIH grant

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Publish DateFebruary 10, 2023

A researcher at CU Anschutz has landed a major grant to take a closer look on the disparities of care for elderly people in the LGBT community. Carey Candrian has spent more than a decade digging into this issue. Recently, she was awarded a five-year grant from the National Institute of Health's National Institute on Aging to improve care for LGBT older adults in hospice.

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8-year-old boy's death highlights flaws in Colorado's mandatory reporting laws

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Publish DateJanuary 05, 2023

"These professionals are a really key part of our child welfare system…They get to know and build trust with children who as trusted professionals children confide in, children talk to,” said  Ida Drury. She's with the Kempe Center and is  the principal investigator of the Colorado Child Welfare Training System.

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2 RSV studies looking for volunteers

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Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

Hospitals in Colorado are strained with the recent surge in RSV cases. But researchers at CU Anschutz are working on two studies they hope will help prevent another surge from happening in the future. The lead on the two studies, Dr. Eric Simoes, has spent much of his career trying to find solutions to combat the virus.

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CU Anschutz launches new program aimed at involving older adults in clinical trials

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Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus say there is a glaring gap in many clinical trials. Despite having higher rates of many diseases, older adults are often left out of studies that might help them. To help change that, CU Anschutz Medical Campus is launching a new program called the (OAR) Older Adult Research Specialist Training Program.

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Parents share experience of kids having RSV

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Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

Over at Children's Hospital Colorado's Anschutz Campus, they have redeployed a patient care tent outside of the emergency department that is being used to treat low acuity patients.

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