Wildfire, flood, agriculture and insurance experts will discuss recovery and increased flood risk.
Author Archives: CSU University Communications Staff
VIDEO: When Ellie Wagley learned that her beloved dog, Banjo, had cancer, it brought her back to her own battle.
Johnson said these findings will be helpful for veterinarians and medical doctors who use stem cell therapy.
CSU is one of three programs in the U.S. to receive this type of funding from the federal government.
You can’t keep us from adapting. You can’t stop our creativity and humor. You can’t stop us from caring for each other. You can’t stop us from expressing our diverse opinions as human beings. -Dr. Tony Frank in CSU Magazine
I have become immersed in COVID-19 research activities and preparations to advance the CSU One Health Institute as a powerhouse. I am convinced CSU can be an absolute leader in this area; we have a remarkable coalition of passionate faculty who thrive on rolling up their sleeves, being practical, and working together. -Dr. Sue VandeWoude in CSU magazine
CSU Magazine: Dr. George Glover initiated infectious disease research, a premier enterprise at the college that became Colorado State University.
CSU has decades of experience addressing community health needs through infectious disease research and response, in our College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, in the One Health Institute, and in our Infectious Disease Research Center. -President Joyce McConnell in CSU Magazine
CSU Magazine: How do bats stay healthy while hosting viruses that cause vicious disease in people? The answers could lead to COVID-19 cures.
Propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, a CSU research team is pursuing a vaccine that would thwart the novel coronavirus using a genetically modified form of the well-known probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus, a bacterium commonly ingested in yogurt and other foods for gut health.