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Posts From Coleman Cornelius

Coleman Cornelius

Coleman Cornelius

Construction starts on CSU research institute named for pioneer in orthopaedic medicine

CSU’s newest state-of-the-art research facility will become a reality starting June 2.

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Joint effort: McIlwraith earns status of namesake with illustrious career

As the university prepares for construction of the Translational Medicine Institute, we asked its namesake, Dr. Wayne McIlwraith, about the past, present, and future of his work.

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Graduate student earns top fellowship to support study of antimicrobial resistance

Enrique Doster will use the fellowship from the National Science Foundation to help solve a global health problem.

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CVMBS students earn top awards during springtime research events

Students in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences continued a tradition of excellence as they shared results of some seven dozen research projects during two springtime events highlighting undergraduate research.

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Puppy pounds parvovirus with new CSU treatment option

Thanks to novel research, Piper the puppy survived parvovirus and went home with her owners.

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Microbiology student gives the white lab coat a makeover

Lani Benedict is launching a fashion trend to reflect the creativity involved in science.

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Estudiante de veterinaria de CSU, primera en su familia en cursar estudios universitarios, muestra ‘Así es como se ve’

Cindy Vaca ha sido voluntaria de Triunfo durante tres años, y ha reclutado a ocho compañeros de veterinaria como voluntarios.

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State of Care: See it up close at the CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital Open House

People who care about animals will learn how veterinarians care for animals during the 38th annual CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital Open House on April 22.

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Interview with Dr. Gordon Niswender

The Q&A below was conducted with Niswender in May 2016, less than a year before his death.

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CSU neuroscientists share mind-blowing details about the brain

CSU neuroscientists Leslie Stone-Roy leads Brain Awareness Week activities to teach hundreds of middle-school and high-school students about the brain.

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