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U.S. News: Cancer Diagnosis Might Be Wrong for Many English Bulldogs
“This could save some dogs from being misdiagnosed, treated for cancer or even euthanized when they shouldn’t be,” said Dr. Anne Avery, professor of microbiology, immunology and pathology at Colorado State University.
CBS4 Denver: Studying COVID-19: CSU Biobank Researchers Hope To Answer Questions About ‘Long Haulers’
Answers to questions yet to be raised about COVID-19 are already being compiled at Colorado State University’s “biobank.” CSU’s Elizabeth Ryan, Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences, is leading the team of researchers who are overseeing the biobank.
Bob Ellis wins biosafety “MVP” award for distinguished achievement
Bob Ellis, Ph.D., received the 2020 Arnold G. Wedum Distinguished Achievement Award from the American Biological Safety Association. The award is given to a current association member for outstanding contributions to biological safety accomplished through teaching, research, service, or leadership.