CMDAT Research Foundation
CMDAT Research Foundation 

Our Projects

Our research interests are diverse.  The examples of current projects include:


  • The role of the extravascular extracellular fluid in the accelerated aging process
  • Complex mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease
  • Systems analysis and diffusion process
  • Improving knowledge about digital health among patients attending family health practices in Denver, CO
  • Fibromyalgia 101 for patients in Denver, CO
  • Biosimilars 101 for oncology/hematology team members in Colorado
  • Association between major types of headaches and geographic altitude:  a preliminary report
  • Geographic altitude and your health




We accept Bitcoin donations.


A few Bitcoins can make a huge difference in our community and globally




We also accept a donor-advised fund (DAF). You may wish to create such fund via Fidelity Charitable and select our non-profit.


Our EIN is 46-3208078

Did you know that life expectancy in the United States has declined? It happened again following last year's decline and for the first time in more than two decades!


Did you also know that the oldest man on Earth (who is  now 123) lives in the mountains at an altitude of more than 12,000 feet?


But did you also know that previous large population-based studies found that residents of areas situated at 1500 m or above have longer life expectancy as compared to those who reside at sea level.


Read more about our research on aging and altitude. Answers that are yet to be found!

CMDAT stands for Complex Mechanisms of Disease, Aging and Trauma.


Did you know that CMDAT. Research Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, so your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law?


We are also registered with the Benevity Causes Portal.

We are a group of local and out of state medical doctors, scientists and volunteers.


You've heard it before: "think globally, act locally" ... Well, when it comes to us, we think globally but we act locally and globally.


We are small but efficient and our projects have both local and national impact.


Our local health seminars have helped hundreds of low income families, women, refugees and minorities.


Our research projects relate to such important issues as aging, Alzheimer’s disease, cognitive functions, head trauma, blindness, high altitude disease etc. which affect millions of people locally and worldwide.

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