Friday, July 02, 2010

First class of Boettcher Investigators taking on cancer, Parkinson's, more

"Three University of Colorado researchers are among an elite corps of Colorado scientists who have earned the title 'Boettcher Investigator' under a new grant program that will support biomedical research, advance the world's understanding of cancer, Parkinson's and other human health challenges, and speed therapies to patients.

CU's 2010 Boettcher Investigators are Robin Dowell, Ph.D., an assistant professor at CU's Colorado Initiative in Molecular Biotechnology, or CIMB, and Gidon Felsen, Ph.D., and Paul Jedlicka, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professors at the CU School of Medicine. All will share in $700,000 of grant money that will fund up to three years of their research starting Thursday, July 1."

Link to the posting in the CU Faculty & Staff Newsletter

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