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Biomedical Science students at Colorado State University

 BMS offers several seminar series for students, faculty, and staff.

BMS Seminar Schedule

​The Department of Biomedical Sciences, in conjunction​ with other groups on campus, hosts several different seminar series. These are open to faculty and students in the campus community. We hope you can join us at one or more events.

ARBL Seminar Series: The ARBL Seminar Series focuses on topics related to reproduction research in both animals and humans. It can be taken for credit as part of BMS 792C (CRN: 61790). Seminars occur every Monday of the semester from 4-5 p.m. in ARBL Room W104 on the Foothills Campus. View the current schedule.

Cardiovascular Seminar Series: The Cardiovascular Seminar Series is hosted by the Cardiovascular Research Center (CRC), an interdisciplinary group working to enhance cross-campus synthesis of cardiovascular research and graduate training.

Frontier Seminar Series: The Frontiers in Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series sponsors outstanding speakers of international stature on leading-edge topics in the biomedical sciences that would appeal to large and diverse audiences. The series has hosted some of the nation’s top biomedical researchers, including multiple Nobel Laureates. This semester's seminars take place on Sept. 20, see the event flyer, and Dec. 8, flyer coming soon. 

Front Range Neuroscience Group (FRNG) Seminar Series: The front range is home to a vibrant and growing neuroscience research community with a plethora of available opportunities to hear state of the art lectures from investigators from all over the world. View the FRNG seminar schedule.​​

Molecular Cellular & Integrative Neurosciences (MCIN) Seminar Series: This interdisciplinary graduate research and education program is designated as one of Colorado State University's Centers of Research and Scholarly Excellence.View the MCIN Seminar Schedule. Seminars take place on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. in the Anatomy/Zoology building room W1.