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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.
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Coloradoan: CSU researchers involved in 150 COVID-19 projects, including 4 potential vaccines
“Science is a very collaborative endeavor. It really takes many individuals, many groups of people with different talents, differing capabilities to come together to solve problems that are of the magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic that we’re trying to solve right now.” -Ray Goodrich
New York Times: Cats Shed More Than Dogs. The Coronavirus, Not Fur.
Angela M. Bosco-Lauth, Airn E. Hartwig, Stephanie M. Porter and other researchers at CSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences note that while millions of humans have been infected with the virus worldwide and 1 million have died, there are only a handful of reports of pets that have become infected naturally.
A closer look: Doctoral students help pioneer neuroscience discoveries
Biomedical sciences doctoral students publish cutting-edge research that helps unravel vast neuroscience mysteries.