5 Minutes Of Deep Breathing Could Help Your Heart And Brain Function

March 18, 2019

Dan Craighead is a postdoctoral fellow in the Integrative Physiology of Aging Laboratory. His research, showing that a 5-minute-a-day physical training program lowers blood pressure and may boost vascular function and brain health , was featured on newsy.com.

Integrative Physiology to get new HQ, labs, student space

March 1, 2019

‘Catching up’ on sleep on the weekend doesn’t work

Feb. 28, 2019

Novel 5-minute workout improves blood pressure, may boost your brain

Feb. 25, 2019

Teresa Foley Wins BFA Teaching and Pedagogy Award

Feb. 21, 2019

Senior Instructor Teresa Foley is one of three winners of the 2019 Boulder Faculty Assembly Excellence in Teaching and Pedagogy Award. In her nomination letter, Dr. Foley was praised for the extensive contributions she has made to teaching in IPHY and campus-wide. Applying her expertise on how students learn as...

Slower runners benefit most from high-tech shoes, other elite methods

Feb. 17, 2019

IPHY Junior Maureen McNamara Wins Prestigious Aerospace Fellowship

Feb. 8, 2019

Maureen McNamara, a junior Integrative Physiology major with a minor in Space, is one of five CU Boulder students to earn a 2019 Brooke Owens Fellowship. This highly competitive program provides paid internships and mentoring to exceptional undergraduate women seeking careers in aviation or space exploration. Maureen will intern with...

IPHY Launches Collaborative Research Brown Bag Series

Feb. 7, 2019

The Department of Integrative Physiology is announcing a new brown bag series called Promoting Integrative Collaboration and Science (PICS). These monthly meetings will bring together IPHY faculty and postdoctoral researchers to learn about and provide input on one another's research, and to cultivate new research ideas and collaborations. The diverse...

Suffering From Allergies, Or PTSD? Someday You May Take A CU Professor's 'Farm In A Pill'

Jan. 28, 2019

How Exercise May Make Us Healthier

Dec. 20, 2018

People who exercise have different proteins moving through their bloodstreams than people who do not, according to a new CU Boulder study. Integrative Physiology Professor Douglas Seals, a co-author on the study, said some of the physiological processes behind this finding are still unclear. Read more about the study in...