Richard St. Clair, B.S., Animal Science, ’62; Ph.D. Physiology and Biophysics, ‘65
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.
This summer break, many College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences students splashed into research and internships across the world.
Over 400 K-12 students participated in the Department of Biomedical Sciences’ first anatomy and physiology outreach event at the CSU Todos Santos Center.
Students in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences continued a tradition of excellence as they shared results of some seven dozen research projects during two springtime events highlighting undergraduate research.
These four great graduates in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences share their journeys through college, and their plans post graduation.
The NIH recently awarded Greg Amberg a $1.5 million grant to study calcium channels in the pituitary cells known as gonadotropes.
CSU neuroscientists Leslie Stone-Roy leads Brain Awareness Week activities to teach hundreds of middle-school and high-school students about the brain.