The COVID-19 pandemic awakened the world to the importance of RNA because of its role in vaccines. In the Spring 2022 edition, we look at the CU School of Medicine's major investment in RNA research
that has resulted in a growing community of scientists working together to investigate the ways RNA is entangled with human health.
Other Features Include:
• Pediatrician Pam Wilson, MD, a member of the 2022 Paralympics Wheelchair Curling Team, encourages her young patients to envision a life where they aren’t defined by their disability.
• A pregnant Colorado woman and her husband give thanks to CU doctors and surgeons who teamed up to save the woman and her baby during a near-fatal case of COVID.
• A newborn girl buried along with beads and pendants 10,000 years ago shows the importance prehistoric people gave to even the smallest members of their tribes, says Caley Orr, PhD, associate professor of cell and developmental biology.