For nearly two decades, this annual symposium has brought together health care providers – physicians, nurses, medical students, specialists and more – to enhance their understanding of women’s health and sex and gender differences and strengthen the care they provide. This event also offers Continuing Medical Education credit.
Women’s Health Research Day is an annual celebration of women’s health and sex differences research. Researchers from across the Anschutz Medical Campus, the University of Colorado-Boulder, the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs and Colorado State University present their latest finding to peers and senior scientists, hear from a national leader in women’s health, and participate in a judged poster session.
This online course helps early career researchers and mentors navigate the complexities of managing a research program and is free to CU faculty and trainees. This course will be useful for our junior researchers and senior faculty and is now available to researchers around the world.
Monthly trainings are provided to researchers on a variety of topics to hone and sharpen their research, grants management, communications and other core skills. The tailored, hands-on trainings are provided by the Ludeman Center’s Senior Faculty and other experts at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and are open to all researchers affiliated with the Ludeman Center.