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  • pet dental month
    February is National Pet Dental Health Month, a good time to learn how daily at-home care and veterinary dentistry take the bite out of gum disease.​
  • research day 2016
    ​Young scholars earned top awards at our annual Research Day for discoveries related to the gut microbiome, the control of tuberculosis in wildlife, and the presence of rogue proteins on the surfaces of alpine plants.
  • dna game changer
    Our Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology department assisted in bringing a digital PCR device to CSU. The digital system can split one small sample into 20,000 droplets; it’s akin to conducting 20,000 experiments in one small tube.
  • dean crick, cvmbs research, mrl, tuberculosis
    A breakthrough instrument built at CSU allows scientists to see the most minute cell parts in three dimensions and could aid drug development to thwart disease.​
  • japan, carbon ion, cancer, research, fukushima
    CSU researchers and veterinarians are among the world’s best at understanding radiation and using it to treat pets with cancer. Now we’re teaming with partners in Japan and at the University of Colorado to bring carbon-ion radiotherapy, a novel type of radiation treatment, to a center near Denver. Think of the cancer patients – people and animals – who could be helped!​
  • brain research shane hentges
    ​Brain scientist Shane Hentges uses leading-edge imaging technology to examine neurons involved in anorexia and obesity. She’s seeking clues in the brain’s networks to help prevent and treat eating disorders.​
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