Drs. Monte and Saben provide educational content through:
The Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine (CCPM) Translational Committee
The vision of the CCPM Translational Committee is to become the world's premier training program in precision medicine. The mission is to train professional students and clinicians to translate omics data into improved health care through research, bioinformatics, and collaboration.
Through experiential training and critical skills development, we produce quality practitioners as showcased by our graduates’ stellar results in the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) and the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE). For information about the University of Colorado PhD Program in Toxicologyclick here.
The Graduate School administers and serves Master's programs, Doctoral programs, Certificates, and non-degree courses throughout all thirteen schools and colleges across both the Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campuses.
The Emergency Medicine Research Assistant Program for Students (EM-RAPS)
The Emergency Medicine Research Assistant Program for Students (EM-RAPS) is a for-credit internship course for undergraduates at the University of Colorado Denver downtown campus that aims to give pre-health students experience in human subjects research within a clinical setting. EM-RAPS participants complete shifts each week for course credit in the UCHealth Emergency Department at Anschutz Medical Campus, primarily screening and consenting patients to various research studies. Applications are accepted during the middle and end of semesters for Fall, Summer, and Spring academic semesters. To get more information, please email Shelby Shelton, the EM-RAPS Coordinator.