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World TB Day 2017: Tuberculosis survivor puts a face on life-threatening disease

CSU’s annual World TB Day event opens the Mycobacteria Research Laboratories to high-school students for an in-depth look at its cutting-edge research.

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Women in Science workshop April 13

Registration is open for the Women in Science Workshop, which will be held Thursday, April 13.

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Tuberculosis researchers lead scientific workshops for grad students in India

Five CSU faculty and staff members, who research aspects of tuberculosis, traveled to New Delhi for a scientific workshop.

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BioMARC secures $3 million from the Department of Defense to advance vaccine development

CSU’s vaccine manufacturing facility, BioMARC, is developing a drug to protect U.S. soldiers from a mosquito-borne pathogen that can cause severe illness and death.

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From Colorado to the Amazon rainforest

CSU’s John Spencer has spent the last 15 years studying leprosy.

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‘Next generation’ delivers mind-blowing science at 2017 CVMBS Research Day

A total of 128 undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presented their research findings through talks and posters.

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Microbiology grad nerded out, studied abroad, got inspired about medicine

Ashley Cotter knew microbiology was the right fit when she “nerded out” on bacteria and viruses – and used her Spanish skills at a medical clinic while studying abroad. Now she’s on a path to pediatrics.

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CSU team uses test for chronic wasting disease to study brain ailments in people

CSU wildlife disease experts are investigating whether a test developed to detect early-stage chronic wasting disease in deer might be used to identify the onset of brain disorders in people.

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From the smallest life-forms to life’s big questions, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences students win at Grad Show

From left: Associate Dean Dr. Sandra Quackenbush, Mike Mangalea, David Markman, Allison Cleymaet and Dr. Susan VandeWoude. The CSU Graduate School’s one-day conference highlighting research and creativity wrapped up Nov. 15 with 350 presentations, including 38 entries from graduate students Read More

Zika Beyond the Tropics panel discussion Sept. 21

SoGES will host a panel discussion on Zika virus and climate change Sept. 21.

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