Researchers and experts across the CU Anschutz campus have risen to the challenge of COVID-19, helping to deepen our understanding of infectious diseases. Dr. Beth Carlton, a key member of the ColoradoSPH modeling team for the state, discusses how epi models are informing policy and slowing the pandemic’s spread.
Experts at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, including ColoradoSPH Dean Jonathan Samet, and beyond warn—smoke-filled skies are a part of the state’s future and need to be recognized for the health risks they bring.
In a new study, Assistant Professor Stephanie Malin found that living near fracking sites can lead to depression and chronic stress. The majority of participants reported that they felt uncertain about the risks and powerless to influence policies.
Immediate actions are needed to limit the greenhouse gas emissions that are driving climate change that helps fuel wildfires, and ultimately affects human physical and psychological health according to a new report published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
A new study by researchers in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health highlights the severity of mosquito-borne viral diseases in West Africa and how urbanization and climate change are impacting transmission.
Lee Newman, professor of Environmental and Occupational Health and director of the Center for Health, Work and Environment, was interviewed by Reuters about the uncertainties surrounding Colorado businesses beginning to reopen.