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Biomedical Sciences

The Department of Biomedical Sciences offers undergraduate through postdoctoral education guided by dedicated faculty who pursue translational research in the disciplines of anatomy, neurobiology, pharmacology, physiology, and reproductive biology. More than 30 specialty laboratories allow students to gain hands-on learning experiences tailored to individualized interests and goals in human and animal health and disease.

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.

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Center for Metabolism of Infectious Diseases learn more
Cell and Molecular Biology learn more
Cardiovascular Research Center learn more
Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory learn more

Community Connections

Faculty 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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Support Biomedical Sciences The Department of Biomedical Sciences houses more than 30 specialty labs and is the major locus for undergraduate to post-doctorate biomedical education at Colorado State University. Faculty members' interests run the gamut from reproductive biology and endocrinology to neurotransmitters and molecular signal transduction. Your gift will support our students, faculty, and research. Give Now