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Coronavirus Research Guidance

The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus continues to closely monitor the outbreak of coronavirus disease, known as COVID-19. With the ongoing concern about the spread of this disease, and recent extension of federal and local guidance, the CU Anschutz Medical Campus has extended remote working until further notice, and all employees at CU Denver whose presence is not designated as critical are to continue to work remotely until further notice. Plans are underway for a gradual reconstitution of select on-campus research activity, and those included will be contacted directly.

As there are different considerations for vivarium, bench and clinical research, each research team or laboratory is best positioned to create a continuity plan that will meet their unique needs. The guidance below is provided to facilitate the development of that plan. Please remember that unit Continuity of Operations Plans (COOPs) are also required to be completed, which will help with this process. Please contact with questions.

Learn more about the research community and its affiliated departments, and read about Thomas Flaig, MD, vice chancellor for research for CU Denver and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, here.

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