Research, Publications and Creative Works

Anderson College of Business and Computing
SimWerx Grant
We have signed a service agreement with SimWerx, a Denver startup, to research and develop an artificial intelligence agent to provide clinical decision support for field medics. Christy Pearson, Mike Busch, Doug Hart, and University of Washington research faculty member Dr. Austin Baird will develop this AI agent over the next ten months. The grant award exceeds $206,000. This research is funded through a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program with the Department of Defense. Congratulations and thank you to Christy, Mike, and Doug.

Regis College
Readyhough, T.S., Davis, M., Joseph, S., Moresco, A., Schreier, A.L. (2023). Age and social history impact social interactions between bull Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) at Denver Zoo. Journal of Zoological and Botanical Gardens. DOI: 10.3390/jzbg4010018 

Bolt, L.M., Russell, D.G., Schreier, A.L. (2023). River edge feeding: howler monkey feeding ecology in a fragmented riparian forest. Folia Primatologica, 94, 1-11. DOI: 10.1163/14219980-20210901 

Moresco, A., Prado, N., Davis, M., Schreier, A.L., Readyhough, T.S., Joseph, S., Gray, C., Brown, J.L. (2022). Immunoglobin A and physiologic correlates of well-being in Asian elephants. Journal of Zoological and Botanical Gardens, 3, 677-687. DOI: 10.3390/jzbg3040050

School of Pharmacy
1. Richards N, Brehon RM, Behrmann L, Goldwire MA. Severe drug induced neurologic disorders. US Pharm. 2023;48(1):HS11-HS16.

Thomas Jaenisch1, 2, Molly M. Lamb 1, 2, Emily Gallichotte 3, Brian Adams 1, Charles Henry 4, Jeannine Riess 5, Joni Triantis van Sickle 5, Kellie L. Hawkins 6, Brian Montague 6, Cody Coburn 6, Leisha Conners Bauer 8, Jennifer Kovarik 8, Mark Hernandez 9, Amy Bronson 10, Lucy Graham 11, Stephanie James 12, Stephanie Hanenberg 13, James Kovacs 14, John S Spencer 3, Mark Zabel 3, Philip Fox 3, Olivia Pluss 1, William J. Windsor 1, Geoffrey Winstanley 1, Daniel Olson 1, Michael Barer 15, Stephen Berman 1, Gregory Ebel 3, May Chu 1, 2. Investigating Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 using Novel Face Mask Sampling: A protocol for an observational Prospective Study of Index Cases and Their Contacts in a Congregate Setting. BMJ Open. 2022 Nov 23;12 (11):e061029.doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2022-061029.PMID:36418127   

James S, Haight RC, Hanna C, Furton L. Adults with Trisomy 21 Have Differential Antibody Responses to Influenza A. Vaccines. 2022; 10(7):1145  

L Braun submitted The Academic Leadership Fellows Program: The Beginnings of a Journey into Leadership with Hess, K to Am. J. Pharm Educ.  

School for Professional Advancement 

Chapman, J’Lyn, “Grid Practice: Everything Happens on a Wall of Through It,” Project Passage, 2, 2022,   

Coleman, J., Thompson, T., Riley, K., Allen, K., Michalak, C.; Shields, R., Berry-Kravis, E. & Hessl, D. (2022). The comparison of expressed emotion of parents of children with fragile X syndrome to other intellectual disabilities. Journal of Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 

Ferg, Erica and Hall, Bryan, “Orthodoxy, Orthopraxy, and Locke’s Arguments for Toleration,” Locke Studies, 22, 2023, 1-26.

Hall, Bryan, “Kant on Dynamism, Matter, and the Laws of Mechanics,” Revue Roumaine De Philosophie, 66:2, 2022, 217-228. 

Hall, Bryan, ‘A Kantian Answer to Aenesidemus,’ in The Unfinished System: Perspectives on Kant’s Opus Postumum (Routledge, 2023), A. Lyssy and G. Basile (eds.), 131-153. 

Hirschbein, Ron and Asfari, Amin, Jews and Muslims in the White Supremacist Conspiratorial Imagination (Routledge, 2023). 

Shields, R., Kaat, A., Sansone, S., Michalak, C., Coleman, J., Thompson, T., McKenzie, F., Dakopolos, A., Riley, K., Berry-Kravis, E., Widaman, K., Gershon, R., & Hessl, D. (2022). Sensitivity of the NIH Toolbox to detect cognitive change in individuals with intellectual and developmental disability. Neurology. DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000201528