Researchers said urban greening programs also make cities more sustainable and livable.
At CSU, the research will include a multidisciplinary team of at least 20 researchers, students and staff.
The institute is focused on examining interconnected problems in health between humans, animals and the environment.
“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
McIlwraith’s research has contributed to insights and innovations in the prevention and rehabilitation of orthopaedic problems.
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.
“This is the first trial ever conducted with the intent of trying to prevent a bunch of different kinds of cancer simultaneously,” said Dr. Douglas Thamm, director of clinical research at the Flint Animal Cancer at CSU’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Associate Professor Elizabeth Ryan said there is a great deal of rice bran produced around the world, yet it is often either wasted or used as animal feed.
The Rocky Ford Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory provides a wide variety of testing services locally and handling of samples for all testing available through the CSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory system.