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Our COVID-19 News & Stories

From the front lines to clinical trials, our campus has been at the forefront of responding to COVID-19.

Research    COVID-19   

Researchers Explore Vulnerabilities Within SARS-CoV-2 ‘Hotbeds’ of Replication

Beneath the SARS-CoV-2 membrane and its spikes lurks a squiggle of genetic material, or RNA, enveloped by a protein that acts like bubble wrap to protect the genetic material. This protein also acts as a “hotbed” for multiple interactions to control the infected cell.

Author Chris Casey | Publish Date
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Research    Patient Care    COVID-19

Omicron Symptoms and Treatment: What to Know

Omicron is making its impact felt not just in Colorado, but across the country and globe. 

Author Matthew Hastings | Publish Date
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COVID-19    Vaccinations   

Eight Things You Should Know About Omicron

Omicron is hitting the nation hard, pushing delta out as it infects at a higher rate of speed than any SARS-CoV-2 variant so far. In past days, infection rates in some of Colorado’s mountain towns have topped the nation, even in areas with high vaccination rates.

Author Debra Melani | Publish Date
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Research    COVID-19    Mental Health   

Behavioral Health Expert on Front Lines of Police Calls? Study Targets Co-Response Teams

Amber McDonald, PhD, LCSW, an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, has been on the forefront of public safety’s cultural shift for years. She’s helped steer policing from a confrontational, “we’re taking you in” approach toward a more nuanced style such as: “We want to hear you out and connect you to community resources.”

Author Chris Casey | Publish Date
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