When the Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging set out to start a podcast a year ago, the goal was to highlight research from faculty members across CSU who are investigating these critical issues in aging and to bring aging studies out of the lab and into the earbuds of listeners across Northern Colorado.
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Colorado State University has become Colorado’s first member of the Age-Friendly University Global Network, an international group of colleges and universities that are committed to championing the needs of older adults in higher education.
More than 2,900 faculty, staff, students and alumni participated in the gap analysis survey earlier this year.
The designation recognizes a culture of lifelong learning and age-inclusivity across programs and practices in institutions of higher education.
Researchers will use the translational model to study interventions to prevent or slow the decline in overall musculoskeletal function with aging in humans.
The director of the Cornell Veterinary Biobank will discuss using blood and tissue samples for the purposes of biomedical research.
The Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging at CSU has amassed one of the largest archives of longitudinally collected human samples of COVID-19.
A new study by CSU researchers found that a portion of noncoding genetic material might be an important biomarker of the aging process.
The Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging, in partnership with CSU Extension and Senior Access Points of Larimer County, will hold its third webinar in the COVID-19 Expert Panel Series.