Chamberlin, Dovel and Yeatman highlight extreme gender disparities in time spent seeking healthcare

Jan. 14, 2019

Together with Stephanie Chamberlin (doctoral student in the Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences) and Kate Dovel (recent HBS PhD, now Assistant Professor at UCLA and living in Malawi), Sara Yeatman (Associate Professor in the Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences) just published research demonstrating the large gender disparity in...

Adams' new book on Open Review

Sept. 20, 2018

Health and Behavioral Science Associate Professor Jimi Adams' new book Gathering Social Network Data is available for "Open Review" while also under peer review. Learn more about crowd sourcing as a compliment to peer-review here .

Mrig receives AAUW award

Sept. 20, 2018

The American Association of University Women has awarded a 2018–19 American Fellowships to Emily Hammad Mrig, doctoral scholar in Health and Behavioral Sciences at University of Colorado Denver. Mrig's research examines the unintended outcomes of health insurance expansion by examining access to genetic testing among women diagnosed with breast cancer...

Latino Health Certificate application deadline October 15

Oct. 5, 2017

The Colorado School of Public Health certificate in Latino Health is currently the only graduate Public Health Certificate in the country devoted to preparing a sector of the public health workforce to address Latino community’s needs. "The Latino Health Certificate will provide scholars with the necessary tools and experience to...

MARC program proud to announce travel grants to SACNAS

Sept. 21, 2017

The CU Denver Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program had an amazing 6 students earn travel scholarships to present their scientific research at the 2017 SACNAS National Diversity in STEM conference in Salt Lake City, Utah in October: Odalis Castro is a Public Health major working in Clyde...

Ibrahim Named Top Student Leader

Feb. 16, 2017

Every year, the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation hosts a summit of the Colorado Leadership Alliance, a state-wide organization of student leadership development programs. More than 250 students gather on the Auraria campus for leadership skills training, networking, and a Mentor’s Walk with regional business leaders. The DMCFL interviews the...

David P. Tracer, Anthropology Professor

Tracer Research on Papua New Guinea Tribe Shows Links to Modern Social Networking

Sept. 1, 2016

A new study, co-authored by Health & Behavioral Sciences and Anthropology Professor David P. Tracer, shows that while evolutionary and other economic theories expect humans, like other animals, to behave selfishly to maximize material gains, human cooperation occurs when reputation is at stake. The study, published in the journal Nature...