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CSU secures Medical Scientist Training Program award from NIH
CSU is one of three programs in the U.S. to receive this type of funding from the federal government.
KUNC/NPR: In Colorado, Your Stool Is a Tool In The Fight Against Coronavirus
Carol Wilusz said wastewater has been key in demonstrating that the virus was infecting people in early hot spots much earlier than the first cases showed up at hospitals. “The virus has been circulating a long time before we knew about it,” Wilusz said, “and the evidence is all in the wastewater.”
Denver Museum of Nature & Science Webinar: Zoonotic Spillover and Emerging Viruses
8:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 3: Brian Foy, PhD, and Tony Schountz, PhD, Professors in the CSU Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology at Colorado State University will discuss the science behind animal-to-human transmission and how COVID-19 has played out thus far, followed by a live Q&A session.