Q&A with CVB Chief Technology Officer Eugene Rakhmatulin on Challenges & Opportunities in Brain Health ResearchSeptember 30, 2021Read more
Chief Technology Officer Eugene Rakhmatulin discusses how CVB’s use of cutting-edge technology is helping to advance research for trauma-related brain disorders, such as PTSD and TBI.
Reflections On The Impact Of 9/11 From A Secret Service Agent Who Was There – And Whose Family Was Forever ChangedSeptember 10, 2021Read more
“We must never forget the many sacrifices founded on love that these valiant warriors, military or civilian, made for their teammates, families and nation so that we may continue to live free, healthy and secure.”
- September 9, 2021Read more
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
Every year, more than 41,000 people die by suicide. During the month of September, help combat stigma and raise awareness about suicide and suicide prevention; connect with people you know impacted by suicide, raise awareness and share resources to help those at risk.
- September 8, 2021Read more
Due to the Covid-19 Delta variant, the BASE-jumping events at Bridge Day on October 16—including the 22 Jumps fundraising event—have been cancelled.
We are thrilled to announce that more than $11k has already been raised to advance precision diagnostics and tailored therapeutics for our Veterans.
- August 23, 2021Read more
Tyler Guerriero, an Air Force reservist and Marine Veteran, has served our country for the past twelve years. To support CVB’s PTSD research, Tyler is running Denver’s Colfax Marathon on October 16, 2021 to raise awareness that PTSD can be a risk factor for suicide.