Sen. Cory Gardner was on campus to learn about CSU’s work in testing, senior care facility surveillance and vaccine development.
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In addition to receiving $4,000 for travel and research expenses, the new fellows will also engage in professional development, leadership and mentorship opportunities throughout the academic year.
The competitors were chosen as top communicators from the Graduate Student Showcase in November.
Alan Rudolph, CSU’s vice president for research, and Jane Christopher-Hennings of South Dakota State University outline agricultural biosecurity concepts.
The institute is focused on examining interconnected problems in health between humans, animals and the environment.
See who won at the fourth-annual CSU RamReality Hackthon, where teams to develop virtual reality experiences from scratch in one weekend.
The Center was honored for its work to support the development and manufacturing of diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccine products.
CSU has named its first chief medical research officer and Translational Medicine Institute associate director of research.
Four CSU research teams have received grants through the One Health Research and Development program, a campus-wide funding opportunity that aims to create collaborations between human, animal and environmental health research.