CSU officials hailed the start of construction on the Health Education Outreach Center.
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A new virtual reality program developed at CSU will enhance human anatomy education and help CSU become a landmark institution for cutting-edge virtual and augmented reality technology.
Four biomedical sciences master’s students in the Assisted Reproductive Technologies program are interning with the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine fertility clinic this summer to apply the skills they learned, such as oocyte collection, in vitro fertilization, embryo development and cryopreservation, in a real-world setting.
Over 400 K-12 students participated in the Department of Biomedical Sciences’ first anatomy and physiology outreach event at the CSU Todos Santos Center.
The NIH recently awarded Greg Amberg a $1.5 million grant to study calcium channels in the pituitary cells known as gonadotropes.
At CSU, former Marine Josh Hayes found a welcoming community for student veterans and the chance to hone his skills as a physiology teaching assistant. He’s a standout graduate in biomedical sciences.
You might call Dakota Coloroso a frontal graduate: She’s the first CSU student to earn a bachelor’s degree in our fledgling neuroscience program. She gained experience studying Alzheimer’s disease.
By month’s end, about 50 students from eight states will have attended the fully booked camp sessions, including cadaver labs, suture clinics, and whitewater rafting.