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International News | June 24, 2018

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American Pre-Health Undergraduates & International Scholars Celebrate ISCORE

American Pre-Health Undergraduates & International Scholars Celebrate ISCORE

December 11, 2017 |

Program Collaboration Between CU Denver & CU Anschutz Medical Campus

Match the academic eagerness of CU Denver pre-health undergraduates with the abilities of distinguished international scholars at CU Anschutz Medical Campus and what do you get? The ISCORE program. The International Scholar Collaborative Opportunity for Research Exchange (ISCORE) was developed by the Office of International Affairs, the Graduate School, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; it offers a unique, friendly learning environment that teams undergraduate students in pre-health programs at the CU Denver campus with international researchers and scholars at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to the benefit of both groups.  Read More

Japanese High-Intensity Training Research in Colorado’s High Altitude

June 5, 2017 |

Visiting International Scholar Tabata Collaborates at CU Anschutz Medical Campus

“If you’re seeing stars and feel as if you can’t take another step, you’re doing the exercise right—but it is all worth it.” Variations of this theme are expressed by enthusiasts of the Tabata Training method worldwide. Also dubbed “The Four-Minute Miracle”, the system incorporates high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts within short bursts of time to create maximum aerobic and anaerobic benefits. VO2 max, which is the measurement of the maximum amount of oxygen that an individual can utilize during intense exercise, increases; resting metabolic rate after the exercise and glucose metabolism are also improved. Read More

International Student Awarded American Heart Association’s Pre-Doctoral Fellowship

May 1, 2014 |

Student: Yumeng Hao
Home Country: China
Degree: PhD student, Molecular Biology, School of Medicine

When international student Yumeng Hao received offers from four top universities to pursue her graduate career in the United States, the choice was clear: the University of Colorado Denver. Hao explained: “The Molecular Biology program not only fits my academic interest the best, but also provides opportunities to enrich my graduate school experience and help me in my future career.” Hao commented that she has never regretted her choice. Read More