Colorado State University’s Translational Medicine Institute is a high-tech hub, bringing together scholars, creators, and entrepreneurs to work in collaborative spaces where innovation thrives. The Institute’s goal is to discover and deliver solutions that utilize the body’s healing capacity and improves the lives of animals and the humans that care for them.
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How can you tell if a fracture is healing? CSU biomechanical device could provide answers
CSU researchers are leading a study determining how accurately they can detect a tibia fracture’s healing progress by measuring the mechanical stiffness of the bone.
International regenerative medicine expert will lead CSU Translational Medicine Institute
“In terms of my research contribution, the new initiatives that I will bring will focus on novel applications of cell and gene therapy in musculoskeletal and other conditions. Establishing a facility for state-of-the-art cell-based manufacturing will put us at the forefront of regenerative medicine,” Barry said.
The Long Fight: Researchers tackle neurodegenerative diseases across species
Boettcher Investigator Julie Moreno and Dr. Stephanie McGrath conduct translational research in dogs with the goal of developing diagnostics and treatments for neurodegenerative diseases in humans.