The Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research is regarded as one of the best places to conduct research that includes women and considers the distinct but linked concepts of sex (biological) and gender (social) differences.
We mentor and fund the next generation of researchers, supporting their cutting-edge research on issues that pose a significant threat to women’s health – cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and the intersection of mental health and physical health in those diseases. Join us in supporting new, life-saving discoveries and in learning more about women’s health across the lifespan.
Wednesday, February 9, 20226 - 7:30 p.m. MT Please join us during heart health month for our Let's Talk: Conversations about Women's Health program as experts from the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will discuss cardiovascular health. You will gain valuable knowledge about how stroke and cardiac arrhythmias differ in men and women and how taking care of your mental health can promote heart health.
We are looking for a program leader for organizing community education and outreach programs, activities and events for the Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research. You will be tasked with developing, planning and implementing community programs to support the organization's strategic direction, as well as creating and managing long term goals for the Ludeman Center’s educational initiatives. You will be responsible for developing creative and engaging events, developing budgets and operating plans and writing funding proposals for and impact reports for community programs.
We are looking for a program leader for Ludeman Center research programs, activities and events. You will be tasked with planning and implementing research and researcher programs to support the organizations strategic direction. You will be responsible for coordinating Ludeman Center grant programs and developing creative and engaging events, developing budgets and operating plans and writing funding proposals and impact reports for research related programs.
Congratulations to Judy Regensteiner, PhD, professor of medicine and director of the Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research, David Schwartz, MD, professor and former chair of medicine, and Dana Dabelea, MD, PhD, professor of epidemiology in the Colorado School of Public Health, who last week were among the newest members admitted into an elite club: Distinguished Professors of the University of Colorado. The title of Distinguished Professor is the highest honor that the University of Colorado bestows on its own faculty members. The title recognizes outstanding contributions of tenured faculty members to their academic disciplines. Only 129 CU faculty members have been granted the title of Distinguished Professor since the designation was established at CU in 1977.