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Helping doctors use medical histories to make smarter decisions

Michael Mannino, PhD, outlines how identifying similarities between patients and their medical histories can help drive more informed decisions for diagnoses and treatment.

Breaking down barriers for women in the workplace

Traci Sitzmann researched some measures women can take to overcome discrimination in male-dominated positions

Confidence in Denver’s economy strong among businesses

Through a joint effort, the CU Denver Business School and DBJ launched a confidence index survey and have published the initial results on the state of Denver’s economy

Young inexperienced investors are overconfident, study finds

When it comes to investing for newcomers, it may not be good to come out swinging. According to new research by assistant professor of finance,Yosef Bonaparte, young investors participating in markets for the first time tend to be less risk averse, overestimating their ability to beat the market.  In his interview with MarketWatch, an online […]

Jian Yang selected as research chair at the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities

The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities (JPMCC) at the University of Colorado Denver Business School has selected Dr. Jian Yang, professor of finance and risk management, as the new incoming Research Chair. As the JPMCC Research Chair, Yang sets the direction of conferences, creates academic coursework, provides leadership and other activities that will shape the JPMCC […]

‘Stretch goals’ can propel companies forward but are dangerous for most, say CU Denver researchers

Some of the most successful companies set goals that often appear audacious and risky.

Professor specializing in health information technology featured in WSJ

In the 21st century, the push toward digitizing information exploded, except for in one major industry: health-care. Featured in a recent Wall Street Journal piece on electronic medical records, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, Dr. Jiban Khuntia, explained why the shift took so long, and what finally led to it. When you walk into a doctor’s […]