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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Soham Ghosh receives NSF CAREER award
The funding will allow Ghosh and his research group to further investigate what causes tissue degeneration when cells and genes are stretched beyond their physiological limit, and how the process can be intervened through medicine.
AVMA News: Catalyzing the field of canine comparative oncology, benefiting researchers far and wide
Dr. Steven Dow said he thinks the biggest impact of the Comparative Oncology Program over the past two decades has been to increase the visibility of dogs with cancer as a translational model for humans with cancer, benefiting researchers whether or not they work directly with the program.
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.