Anschutz Medical Campus
Rocky Mountain Regional Veterans Administration Medical Center
Children's Hospital Colorado
Barbara Davis Center
A number of Core Facilities are available to researchers including Core labs in Genetics, Clinical Investigation, Biostatistics, Flow and Confocal Cytometry, Laboratory and Transgenic Animal Core, Tissue Culture and Monoclonal Antibody Core, DNA and Sequencing Core, Pathology and Tissue Procurement Core, Fermentation Core, and Immunology Core.
The Fellows’ Office within the Division is equipped with desks and computer facilities, and is adjacent to the research laboratories.
Research fellows undergo intensive first-hand participation in basic or clinical research under the direct supervision of a primary faculty mentor with assistance and input from the Mentorship Committee and the Program Director. Clinical-educator fellows also participate in scholarly activity during their second year of training.
The endocrinology training faculty are involved in diverse research areas and provide a wide spectrum of research opportunities. The Endocrine Division faculty are actively engaged in clinical and/or basic research in various areas of clinical endocrinology, molecular endocrinology, reproductive endocrinology, hormones and cancer, childhood growth disorders, childhood diabetes, nutrition, metabolic bone disease, adult diabetes, obesity and lipid metabolism. From this wide range of research options each fellow’s research training experience can be tailored to his or her specific goals and integrated into the faculty mentor’s ongoing program of research. Please see our faculty webpage to learn more about our faculty and their research interests.