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Tag "College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences"

Immunology professor lands national honor for TB research

Dr. Ian Orme has been named a Fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Visiting Harvard scientist: Sharp turns ahead in global health

Harvard scientist to visit CSU to discuss global health threats.

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Pet Health: Is insurance right for you and your companion?

What to consider if you are wondering whether insurance makes sense for your pet

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Camels emit dangerous MERS virus, CSU confirms

A research team led by a CSU doctoral student has confirmed for the first time that camels vent volumes of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus.

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Researcher: Fight malaria with deadly mosquito meals

A CSU microbiologist is examining a new way to halt malaria — by making human blood poisonous to mosquitoes.

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Students help puppies come, sit, heel, guide

Students from across campus train service dogs to help save the lives of others.

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CSU trots out new findings on controversial racehorse drug

Just in time for the Breeders’ Cup, a CSU researcher has released new studies about the impact of bleeding in racehorses’ lungs.

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Pet Health: Vaccination prevents disease

Reduce your pet’s chance of getting a disease by knowing this vaccination information.

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Ebola and other viral discoveries

CSU Professor Emeritus Charlie Calisher will draw from his 30-year distinguished career as a virologist when he speaks on October 14 as part of the free Author Series Program sponsored by Friends of the CSU Libraries.

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Radiation lights Fukushima student exchange

Students from the site of the most important radiological event of the new millennium visit CSU and learn about CSU’s radiation research.

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