Centers and Institutes
Home to diverse biomedical, environmental health, and veterinary research programs that advance science and technology to improve and save lives, our centers and institutes promote scholarship in teaching, training and research, provide academic support services, and perform outreach consistent with the mission of the University.
When I was in a laboratory as a freshman in college, I did an experiment and I knew that I had made a scientific discovery that no one else knew. I was hooked at that point.
Dr. Sue VandeWoude, Associate Dean for Research
Student Research Opportunities
Undergraduate and graduate students can participate in hands-on learning experiences through mentorship from faculty, and connecting with researchers and peers.
Animal Health Innovation Fund
From developing new drug therapies for common cancers in dogs to better treatments for feline liver failure, the Animal Health Innovation fund catalyzes clinical research to ensure animals live longer, better lives. With help from clinics, veterinarians, alumni, and other generous supporters, our faculty aim to address the increasing demand for relevant research in improving animal health.
Veterinary Innovation Summit set for Sept. 27-29
Launched at Texas A&M in 2017, the summit aims to provide attendees with a look at the future of veterinary medicine.
People Magazine: Here’s Why This Friday the 13th Is About to Be the Spookiest Yet!
A study done at Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences suggests that emergency visits for cats and dogs increase when there’s a full moon.
9News: CSU researchers look into potential for Rift Valley Fever transmission in Colorado
VIDEO: “We would be faced with large scale mortality of livestock and lots of sick people,” said Kading, an assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology at CSU.
Bovine Veterinarian: Dystocia in Heifers Takes a Toll
In a comprehensive document on calving and calf care on dairy farms, the CSU researchers cited data from U.S. dairy operations over one year…
9News: CSU vets are giving dogs vaccines to prevent cancer
VIDEO: “It could be a huge deal. This is something that is really, really groundbreaking. Obviously, we don’t know if it’s going to work, which is why we are doing this study,” said Dr. Doug Thamm.
FAO China: China Field Epidemiology Training Programme for Veterinarians
Drs. Mo Salman and Rao Sangeeta presented two case studies on outbreak investigation and surveillance, drafted by CSU experts and China Animal Health and Epidemiology Centre.