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  • women in science
    How can women flourish in science? Ask leaders of a project called Women in Science Career Issues. Started by three women in our Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology, the project seeks solutions to gender-based career obstacles.​
  • brain disease, edward hoover, deer
    Our prion experts are studying whether a test for early-stage chronic wasting disease in deer might also be used to identify the onset of brain disorders in people – possible because of the shared characteristic of protein misfolding.​​
  • great grad, dakota coloroso
    You might call Dakota Coloroso a frontal graduate: She’s the first CSU student to earn a bachelor’s degree in our fledgling neuroscience program. She gained experience studying Alzheimer’s disease.​​
  • great grad, danette French
    Like many parents, Danette French is adept at juggling: She has earned a degree in environmental health while interning, volunteering, and raising a toddler. She’s committed to the field of public health. ​
  • ashley cotter
    Ashley Cotter knew microbiology was the right fit when she “nerded out” on bacteria and viruses – and used her Spanish skills at a medical clinic while studying abroad. Now she’s on a path to pediatrics. ​​
  • great grad, josh hayes
    At CSU, former Marine Josh Hayes found a welcoming community for student veterans and the chance to hone his skills as a physiology teaching assistant. He’s a standout graduate in biomedical sciences.​
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