Professor Susan Bailey’s project was one of 10 investigations supported by 84 researchers across 12 universities.
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A team of researchers has developed technology that can detect small amounts of antibodies in a person’s blood.
A team of international scientists led by Professor Brian Foy found that they were able to reduce cases of malaria in children in Burkina Faso by 20 percent, using a drug called ivermectin.
Dr. Jeremiah Easley’s career path has come full circle. As a young boy, he lived with his family in Fort Collins while his father completed a sabbatical at Colorado State University.
Callie Kuntz and Kayle Austin have been selected as the first recipients of the state’s Veterinary Education Loan Repayment Program.
Kirty Krieger says she decided to major in microbiology in the same way Harry Potter decided to become a wizard. “The major chose me,” Krieger says, after she tried on several other hats at Colorado State University.
A new animal welfare class helps better equip DVM students to recognize and manage welfare issues across species.
A team from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and CSU was recognized with one of the 2018 CO-LABS Governor’s Awards for High-Impact Research.
Nearly 200 people attended Zoobiquity Colorado, a national meeting on regenerative medicine advances.
The Colorado Veterinary Medical Association named Dr. Rebecca Ruch-Gallie the 2018 Veterinarian of the Year.