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Company Overview of University of Colorado–Boulder
University of Colorado–Boulder is a research and teaching educational institution. It offers programs in fields such as aerospace engineering sciences, American studies, anthropology, applied mathematics, biological sciences, chemical engineering, chemistry and biochemistry, communication, economics, electrical and computer engineering, English, environmental engineering, film studies, fine arts, geography, geological sciences, history, international affairs, linguistics, mechanical engineering, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, and women's studies. The schools and colleges of the university include College of Architecture and Planning; College of Arts and Sciences Leeds Sc...
914 Broadway St
Boulder, CO 80302-7046
Founded in 1876
Key Executives for University of Colorado–Boulder
Assistant Dean for Programs and Talent
Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
University of Colorado–Boulder Key Developments
University of Colorado–Boulder and Xalud Therapeutics, Inc. Team Up for Clinical Study to Treat Canine Pain
Dec 11 12
University of Colorado–Boulder and Xalud Therapeutics, Inc. are teaming up with a Front Range veterinarian to conduct a clinical study targeting an effective treatment for dogs suffering from chronic pain. The team will use Xalud's lead product candidate, XT-101, a gene therapy that harnesses the power of the potent anti-inflammatory IL-10 to normalize glial activity and eliminate neuropathic pain for up to 90 days with a single injection. The new study is driven by research spearheaded by Watkins indicating a type of cell known as glial cells found in the nervous system of mammals plays a key role in pain. Under normal conditions, glial cells act as central nervous system "housekeepers," cleaning up cellular debris and providing support for neurons. But glial cells also can play a pivotal role in pain enhancement by neurons that both transmit pain signals and release a host of chemical compounds that cause problems like chronic neuropathic pain and other medical issues.
University of Colorado–Boulder Receives $9.2 Million DOE Grant to Engineer E. Coli into Biofuels
Dec 4 12
A team led by the University of Colorado Boulder has been awarded $9.2 million over five years from the U.S. Department of Energy to research modifying E. coli to produce biofuels such as gasoline. The researchers hope to engineer the production of ethylene and isobutanol in the modified E. coli. The two compounds are widely used commodities that can be converted into gasoline among other chemicals. The challenge is harnessing an efficient and inexpensive process that competes with abundant and low-cost fossil fuels like oil, according to Gill.
University of Colorado–Boulder Names Louise Vale as Vice Chancellor for Administration, Effective September 10, 2012
Aug 16 12
University of Colorado–Boulder named Louise Vale as vice chancellor for administration starting September 10, 2012. Vale is currently director of internal audit for the University of Colorado system. The position of vice chancellor for administration, which reports to Senior Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer Kelly Fox, supervises a division of almost 700 employees and oversees an annual operating budget of $112 million. Areas of responsibility include human resources, facilities management, public safety, emergency management, environmental health and safety, risk management, environmental sustainability, campus logistics, printing and the campus bookstore. Prior to Vale's current position, she served as the associate vice chancellor for budget and operations at the University of Colorado Denver. In that position, units she supervised included police, emergency preparedness, electronic security, budget, the bookstore, printing, mailing services, food services, institutional research and fiscal policy and analysis.
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