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 The C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute (TMI) will develop next-generation remedies based on living cells and their products.

C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute

About the TMI

The Translational Medicine Institute is uniquely positioned for discoveries in translational medicine, as biologic therapies – which leverage the body’s own healing powers – present a new therapeutic frontier. The institute will draw on established areas of CSU research expertise in orthopaedics, biomedical engineering, immunology, infectious disease, surgical advances, and other medical fields.

The institute will bring together educators and innovators from academia, industry, public agencies, and other entities to pursue development of promising medical technologies, with special attention to those with potential for commercialization. Specialized equipment, research space, clinical resources, and conference areas are designed to support this collaboration among animal and human medical specialists. 

Mission and Vision

Mission: To improve the lives of animals and humans through biologic therapies created via the collaborative work of leading scientists and clinicians; to expedite the availability of these therapies, and to promote education related to these goals.

Vision: Leading the way in discovery and implementation of the body's therapeutics to improve the lives of animals and their humans.

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Contact Us:
​Dr. David Frisbie
2350 Gillette Drive
Fort Collins, Colo. 80523

​(970) 297-4165

​(970) 297-4138