CUPC Highlights continues to put the spotlight on our affiliates sharing their expertise with reporters on the coronavirus, along with a forthcoming publication in South African Journal of Science, a… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, April 24, 2020
CUPC Highlights #7 showcases important contributions from our affiliates in understanding COVID-19. See the full CUPC Highlights here.
CUPC ‘s Development Core is supporting four CUPC affiliates as they prepare new submissions to NIH. The group is “meeting” via Slack, a collaboration software that connects members of teams,… Continue Reading: CUPC Grant Workshop moving along with participants developing proposals
CUPC affiliates, Andrea Tilstra (pre-doc, Sociology) and Ryan Masters (faculty, Sociology), recently published their research Worth the Weight? Recent Trends in Obstetric Practices, Gestational Age, and Birth Weight in the… Continue Reading: Worth the Weight? Recent trends in obstetric practices, gestational age, and birth weight in the U.S.
Welcome to CUPC, Andrea and Ryan! Dr. Andrea Velasquez is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado Denver. She received her undergraduate and Masters degrees in Economics from… Continue Reading: CUPC would like to offer a very warm welcome to our new affiliates, Dr. Andrea Velasquez and Dr. Ryan Brown.
CUPC Highlights #6 has media coverage, outreach, opportunities, and so much more, in a nice compact edition! See the full CUPC Highlights (Feb 28, 2020) here.
CUPC Highlights #5 features talks about climate change migration (U.S.-Mexican border) and climate non-migration (Houston), worldly team meeting on the “HIV after 40” project, and a sprinkle of Valentine’s fun!… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, Feb 14, 2020
BRAVO to our amazing, ground-breaking CUPC affiliates! This issue continues to include fascinating research that intertwines with current events! See the full CUPC Highlights (Jan 31, 2020) here.
Research continues to shed light on multiple pathways through which access to nature has positive impacts on health. One such pathway is the influence of nature on mental health through… Continue Reading: Neighborhoods’ perceived “greenness” has health benefits
In a study recently published in Maternal and Child Health Journal, CUPC affiliate David Braudt (postdoc) and coauthors – including CUPC affiliates Andrea Tilstra and Rick Rogers – examine the… Continue Reading: New research by Braudt, Tilstra, and Rogers highlights link between SES and childhood mortality