Serving as a standard for researchers to follow, Dr. Tim Holt was named the recipient of the Tomhave Industry Achievement Award on Nov. 2 at the 2019 Angus Convention in Reno, Nevada.
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Beth Williams exemplified how science should be accomplished, and now those lessons are being passed on to their students and their children, continuing to progress wildlife disease research around the globe.
The C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute at Colorado State University, built by the JE Dunn Construction Company, was named Best Building Project ($40- $70 Million – General Contractor) at the Associated General Contractors of Colorado Industry Gala and ACE Awards Nov. 1.
Kaityln Wagner studied prions and laid the groundwork for international collaborations during an externship at Hokkaido University in Japan.
“Understanding disease dynamics is part of our broader discussions about conservation because supporting a diversity of species creates a more balanced and healthy ecosystem.” -Dr. Sue VandeWoude
Colorado State Magazine: Libbie Coy was the first woman to graduate from college in Colorado. She became a pillar on campus and in the community.
McIlwraith’s research has contributed to insights and innovations in the prevention and rehabilitation of orthopaedic problems.
“CSU’s video was incredible at turning a student’s work into a piece of visually compelling content that honed in on audience’s hope for a better, more equitable world.” -Nitasha Maindiratta, Digital Marketing and Communications Manager – NYU Steinhardt School
Zoetis Inc. researchers plan to develop immunotherapies for livestock in a 3,000-square-foot laboratory at Colorado State University’s biological science research complex.
Speakers expressed their thanks for the collaboration which resulted in the creation of this multi-purpose center, which serves as a veterinary and crop laboratory, an extension service and an experimental station.