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Chris Casey

Instilling better eating habits in children one lunch at a time

Brian Wansink talks about childhood dietary habits during obesity symposium

In U.S. school lunchrooms, the immediate environment presented to children doesn't always promote the best nutritional choices, Brian Wansink, PhD, Cornell University, told an audience at the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Author Chris Casey | Publish Date April 12, 2012
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Study shows dry storage a viable option for biospecimens

Carter Reid, a professional research assistant in Medical Oncology, examines a specimen in the lab

A University of Colorado Cancer Center pilot study has discovered that the quality of dehydrated RNA from human cancer biospecimens compares favorably to those stored in ultra-low-temperature (minus-80 centigrade) freezers.

Author Chris Casey | Publish Date March 05, 2012
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High schoolers get insights into medical careers

Science Day, Nov. 8, 2011

Ayla Sjoberg, a senior at Eaglecrest High School in suburban Denver, said she is interested in a healthcare career because of her desire to help people. Her interest only intensified at the 2011 Medicine and Science seminar at Anschutz Medical Campus on Nov. 8.

Author Chris Casey | Publish Date November 08, 2011
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