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Kristen O'Neill


Research    Innovation    Patient Care

This Is Breakthrough: Dr. Kia Washington

“To give someone their senses back feels really satisfying,” says Kia Washington, MD, director of research and professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. “To restore form and function in the hand, or restore someone’s vision, appeals to me because you can really change people’s lives. You can change the way they see the world.”


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Education    Pharmacy

Hips Don’t Lie: Injury Unlocks Athlete’s Flair for Pharmacy

Like many of the “A-ha!” moments that have sparked human innovation throughout history, a setback catalyzed one of the most meaningful discoveries of Peter Tonsits’ life.  


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Pilot Program to Allow Earlier Course Registration at CU Anschutz, CU Denver

The University of Colorado system office has announced a new Tuition Assistance Benefit pilot program that will allow earlier course registration for eligible faculty and staff on most University of Colorado campuses. The pilot program, part of the CU System’s Tuition Assistance Benefit, takes effect on July 1, 2021, and will be applicable as of the Fall 2021 semester.


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Community

‘Emotional Agility’ is Key to Keeping Your Cool During Conflict

For many of us, holiday stress can be heightened by familial conflict. As this particularly challenging year comes to a close, we sat down with Lisa Neale, BA, MSS, associate director of the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus Ombuds Office, to learn how to apply techniques from “Crucial Conversations” – one of the most popular trainings offered by the dual campus Ombuds team – to successfully navigate conflict with loved ones, whether you are gathering in person or online this holiday season.


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