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.
Foundational research is hard. Scientists are true pioneers of the 21st century. We stand at the horizon of discovery with no manual or textbook to reference when generating new ideas and how to test them. We simply climb on the shoulders of scientists who pushed forward the scientific frontier before us. Up to 90% of our experiments fail. But that makes that one experiment in ten that reveals something new all the more exciting and rewarding.
Dr. Mark Zabel, 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.
JAVMA News: Taking the chronic out of enteropathies
Dogs with chronic enteropathies have all sorts of clinical signs, from intractable diarrhea to vomiting twice a week to unexplained weight loss to an extremely picky appetite, said Dr. Alison Manchester, a veterinarian and a fellow at CSU..
Nuevo estudio destaca oportunidades en salud y causas de muerte en Colorado
Principales factores de riesgo de muerte prematura fueron el tabaquismo y el consumo de drogas.
Interconnected impacts: Researcher honored as a steward for animal and human health
Dr. Angela Bosco-Lauth is the 2021 recipient of the Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence and will kick off the 23rd annual CVMBS Research Day with a keynote address.
New study highlights key health opportunities, causes of death for Coloradans
Cardiovascular disease and cancers made up half of the deaths in Colorado from 1990 to 2019.
Environmental News Network: Viral Evolution in Animals Could Reveal Future of COVID-19
“SARS-CoV-2, in the realm of coronaviruses, has a very broad species range,” said Laura Bashor.
9News: CSU creating course to teach future scientists how to fight misinformation
VIDEO: “We want to really empower and connect with those communities.” -Nicole Kelp