Emergency Medicine Research

The Department of Emergency Medicine is nationally recognized for research excellence. Our faculty lead innovative clinical and translational research programs with a strong track record of high-impact publications and extramural funding. Robust research development programs for junior investigators include pilot grant mechanisms for trainees and faculty, a clinical research fellowship, and the junior faculty Emergency Medicine Scientist Training and Intensive Mentorship (EM-STIM) program.

In the News

  • Batista-Silverman Receives Injury Prevention Award

    Jun 1, 2021
    Ligia Batista-Silverman has received one of three injury and violence prevention awards from the Program for Injury Prevention Education and Research (PIPER).
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  • Monoclonal Antibody Work Receives Media Attention

    Apr 28, 2021
    With all the proposed COVID therapies being talked about, monoclonal antibody treatment has received little attention, compared to its strong effectiveness in preventing serious disease and hospitalization. Dr. Adit Ginde is leading a team to improve uptake of this important therapy. His work is starting to catch on in statewide media.
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  • Dr. Ginde Weighs in on Vitamin D as a Way to Prevent COVID

    Apr 14, 2021
    Vitamin D is being studied as an essential factor in many diseases, including respiratory infections and COVID-19. The evidence is complex, and conclusions are difficult to draw. Dr. Ginde helps sort out the confusion in this NPR story.
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  • Data on gun violence would save lives — just like it has for car crashes

    Apr 8, 2021
    Enacting firearm-related legislation alone won’t solve the problem of firearm-related injuries and deaths — nor will education, nor will engineering. We need them all — and we need the research to inform them all. We need to engage varied voices in these discussions. We need to move away from vilifying the “other side” and instead embrace the fact that all of us want to keep our friends and loved ones safe from harm.
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  • Center for COMBAT Research testing BioSticker to predict COVID-19 infections

    Mar 31, 2021
    The Center for COMBAT Research is recruiting study participants to test whether a locally-made BioSticker can detect presymptomatic or asymptomatic COVID-19 infection before patients get tested.
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  • Dr. Ginde leads effort to reach and treat Coloradans with COVID-19

    Mar 18, 2021
    A new $8.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will fuel a statewide project to improve care of patients affected by COVID-19. Adit Ginde, MD, MPH, Professor of Emergency Medicine is leading a team of researchers from the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to test the real-world effectiveness of monoclonal antibody treatment for high-risk COVID-19 outpatients.
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