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For Current CU Faculty – Become a Faculty Affiliate!

We are building a network of University of Colorado faculty members across disciplines, departments, and CU campuses to support and facilitate the identification and dissemination of innovative approaches to firearm injury prevention.

To be considered, faculty members must have an active University of Colorado appointment and a record of work in firearm injury prevention (e.g., grant funding, peer-reviewed publications, leader of courses or trainings) OR a demonstrated interest in expanding work into the field.

Interested individuals are encouraged to submit an application.

For Current CU Anschutz Students – Connect with Us!

Students across disciplines and CU Anschutz programs interested in pursuing a career and/or gaining experience in the field of firearm injury prevention are encouraged to connect with the Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative by submitting an interest form

Students who submit this form will receive periodic newsletters and communications concerning FIPI events (e.g., networking opportunities, trainings, seminars), job posting, volunteer opportunities, and more.

We are also building infrastructure to connect interested students to research projects and mentorship opportunities. 

Apply for Open Faculty Positions

The University of Colorado School of Medicine (SOM) Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative (FIPI) seeks external candidates for multiple faculty positions at the rank of instructor, assistant professor, or associate professor. Candidates should have a doctorate degree (e.g., PhD, MD/DO, ScD, DrPH, EdD) and be committed to building an externally-funded program of research in prevention of firearm injury and death.

Apply for Open Postdoctoral Fellow Opportunities

The Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative (FIPI) at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (SOM) seeks outstanding early-career stage research investigators interested in undertaking an intensive two-year postdoctoral program of mentored, applied research focusing on the prevention of firearm injuries and related harms. Candidates should have a doctoral degree (e.g., M.D., Ph.D., Dr.PH., or equivalent) and a demonstrated commitment and interest in firearm injury prevention research.

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Aurora, CO 80045


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