When the Stars Align

When the Stars Align

“I I have had a good life,” They’re the words of someone who believes they are nearing the end. This is exactly what Richard Berger, husband, father, grandfather and 27-year Marine Corps veteran, said to his family as they sat in a hospital room on the...
Q & A with Kian Behbakht

Q & A with Kian Behbakht

Twenty years ago, Kian Behbakht, MD started researching ovarian cancer at a time when there was not much hope for women diagnosed with the disease. Here he talks about how growing awareness for the condition has brought new resources that have helped drive the pace of...
Serendipity in Science

Serendipity in Science

HOW LUCK – AND THE COURAGE TO LOOK WHERE IT LEADS – DRIVES THE DIRECTION OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS AT CU AND BEYOND Say what you want about Dennis Rodman, but you can’t deny the dude knew how to grab a basketball. Like game six of the 1996 NBA finals against the...
Veterinary Medicine for Human Health

Veterinary Medicine for Human Health

Susan Lana’s path toward healthcare started with an undergraduate degree in medical technology from University of Iowa and jobs inblood banks and chemistry labs, but she always felt like there was something more out there. “I was toying with medical school or...