Jay Lemery, MD, professor of emergency medicine, chief of the Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, and co-founder of the School of Medicine’s Program on Climate & Health, has been named the inaugural Endowed Chair in Climate Medicine. The CU School of Medicine’s Endowed Chair in Climate Medicine is the first of its kind in the country.
Soon, the University of Colorado will have a formal dual degree program to help create treatments humanity has never before needed. Dr Arian Anderson discusses the MD/MS in Aerospace Engineering (Bioastronautics) at CU with 9News.
Dr. Arian Anderson, a physician who works with NASA to mitigate human medical risk in space, said with the growth of space travel, there comes a need for people aside from engineers to put on spacesuits. Dr Anderson speaks with Colorado Public Radio about the joint MA-MS program to prepare the first generation of astronauts equipped with a medical degree.
Raiza Deyto RN, BSN, has become the first CU College of Nursing student accepted into the Center for COMBAT Research Scholar Program. Established in 2019, the program is designed to promote and foster collaborative and military-relevant research on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
A national summit hosted by the CU Anschutz Center for Combat Medicine and Battlefield (COMBAT) Research and the CU Anschutz Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative brought together military and civilian stakeholders from around the United States in person to the CU Anschutz Campus to share research, strategies, and messaging for addressing and preventing firearm suicide in the military