What's New

CU School of Medicine announces $4.5 million commitment to the Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative 

We are thrilled the University of Colorado School of Medicine has officially launched the Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative, with financial support from the CU School of Medicine Dean’s Office and the departments of emergency medicine, medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, and surgery. This historic contribution lays the foundation for us to expand our work in our local community, across Colorado, and nationwide.

Faculty Openings with the Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative

We are seeking external candidates for multiple faculty positions at the rank of instructor, assistant professor, or associate professor to join the FIPI team and the wider CU Anschutz community.

Learn more about the opportunity here >>>

July Webinar: A public health approach to firearm injury prevention – a focus on firearm suicide

Dr's Emmy Betz, Joe Simonetti, and Chris Knoepke have a discussion about firearm suicide in Colorado and prevention efforts.

Watch the Webinar.

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