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Our researchers work to understand the pathology, improve the diagnostics, and develop more effective treatments, vaccines, and cures for internationally important infectious diseases.
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CSU lands $1.2 million in NIH funding to advance work on a new tuberculosis vaccine
At CSU, the research will include a multidisciplinary team of at least 20 researchers, students and staff.
Going viral: Colorado State Magazine profile on Dr. Sue VandeWoude
“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
Rice bran supplementation may help curb malnutrition, diarrhea for infants in middle and low-income countries
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.