Erik Albach, M.D.


Erik.Albach@cuanschutz.edu

HometownErik Albach 2 (1 of 1)

San Antonio, Texas

Education/Training

College: BS Biology, St. Mary's University
Medical School: University of Texas at Houston

Professional Interests

Neuroradiology

Hobbies

Eating out, cooking, board games, video games, hiking, table tennis, golf, and skiing.

What are your favorite things to do in the Denver Area?

Trying new places to eat, hiking new trails, playing golf, and exploring the parks.

What is the biggest strength of our program?

The greatest strength of our program is definitely the strong sense of community between the residents. I felt immediately embraced by the other residents when I arrived. Everyone was approachable and I was never apprehensive about asking questions.

Honors and Awards

Alpha Omega Alpha Delta Chapter of Texas, 2016
St. Mary’s University Honors Program, 2009
St. Mary’s University Dean’s List, 2010-2013
First Place at St. Mary’s 2012 Undergraduate Research Symposium, 2012
St. Mary’s Biaggini Scholar, 2011
SURF Scholar, 2011
St. Mary’s University Trustee Scholarship, 2009
St. Mary’s University Pre-Freshman Engineering Program (PREP) Scholarship, 2009
The Rey Feo Scholarship, LULAC Council No. 2, 2009-2013
National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar, 2009

Publications

McCue MD, Arquisola B, Albach E, Pollock ED. Hens Produce Artificially Enriched 13C Egg Proteins for Metabolic Tracer Studies. International Journal of Biology 2013; 5(2).

Presentations

American Society of Emergency Radiology 2016 Conference. Presented: Effect of Body Mass Index on the Incidence of Cervical Spine Injury Following Motor Vehicle Collision: A Protective Effect of Obesity?
 
McGovern Medical School 2014 Summer Research Program. Presented: The Effect of Body Mass Index on the Types and Frequency of Cervical Spine Injury.
 
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology 2013 Conference. Presented: A Golden Egg for Clinical 13CO2 Breath Testing: Optimizing Incorporation of 13C-1-L-Leucine into Protein.
 
St. Mary’s 2012 Undergraduate Research Symposium. Presented: A Golden Egg for Clinical 13CO2 Breath Testing: Optimizing Incorporation of 13C-1-L-Leucine into Protein.