Areas of Expertise
Biomedical science is the integration and application of core biological sciences to the broad fields of human and animal health and disease. It involves the study of structure and function from the molecular to the cellular to the systemic level.
Community ConnectionsFaculty and students collaborate with a variety of partner organizations and schools to bring innovative science and health curriculum to K-12 youth and the community.
news and updates
9News: Congress will consider plan to help Native tribes build bison herds, as Colorado already does
VIDEO: Dr. Jennifer Barfield, the lead researcher for CSU’s herd said the newly introduced Indian Buffalo Management Act is a huge step forward in providing permanent support for these programs.
CBS Colorado: Bison population, with Yellowstone National Park roots, explodes in Colorado
VIDEO: In 2015 researchers at Colorado State University, in conjunction with the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County, released a small herd of bison onto the 2,700-acre Soapstone Prairie north of Fort Collins. The herd originally included just 10 bison, but thanks to advanced assisted reproductive technologies at CSU, the herd has grown significantly and has been kept as close to genetically pure as possible and free of brucellosis.
Undergraduate researchers end the semester real-world ready
In the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, CURE labs immerse students in hands-on, relevant research and learning lab skills needed to pursue their own professional paths in science.