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Future Physician-Scientist Aims to Contribute to History of Advancements

I have always been awestruck by the technological advances we have made as a society. Science has always been the backbone of our modern society and underpinned these discoveries. As Americans, we are able to enjoy a life with many luxuries built off science. And as humans, we are able to transcend nationalities and boundaries, as science can be shared among all of us worldwide.


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Research    COVID-19    Public Health

Shaping National Public Health Policies With Science

Professors and faculty members at most research universities spend the bulk of their professional time in well-known academic pursuits: teaching, researching, collaborating with colleagues, and leading the next generation of experts in their respective fields. Less apparent are hundreds of hours some volunteer to present at conferences, provide testimony for policies, and collaborate on scientific committee work, publish papers, and review others’ work for publication.


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New Resource to Support Faculty and Staff Well-Being

Working in higher education and clinical settings can be stressful in the best of times. Managing stress and anxiety during a pandemic, an economic downturn, and a prolonged period of social and political unrest presents daily challenges for students, faculty and staff alike.


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Research    COVID-19

COVID-19: A Time to Reinvest in Our Early Career Scientists

During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the stress and uncertainty weighed heavily on many of those on the front lines. Lilia Cervantes, MD, an associate professor of medicine at Denver Health and the University of Colorado Division of Hospital Medicine, and a physician-scientist, was one of the first to work in a COVID-19 unit. The night before her first shift at Denver Health, Cervantes, also a mother of two daughters, went online to make a will.


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