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TMI in the News

  • tmi, translational medicine institute
    A topping out ceremony was held Nov. 10 for the C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute.
  • TMI groundbreaking
    On June 2, the university celebrated groundbreaking for the C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute, Colorado State’s newest state-of-the-art research facility, which promises medical innovations by harnessing the body’s healing powers.
  • Translational Medicine Building
    ​Colorado State's newest state-of-the-art research facility becomes a reality starting June 2, when the university officially breaks ground for an institute that promises medical innovations by harnessing the body's healing powers.​​
  • tmi groundbreaking
    Colorado State’s newest state-of-the-art research facility became a reality in June, when the university officially broke ground for an institute that promises medical innovations by harnessing the body’s healing powers to help animals and people suffering from a wide range of disease.
  • tmi in the news
    ​The Colorado BioScience Association discusses the impact of the TMI in the state and how researchers are advancing human and animal health.
  • tmi, c. wayne mcilwraith
    Dr. Wayne McIlwraith is namesake of CSU’s new Translational Medicine Institute. In this Q&A, he describes his career as a pioneer in equine arthroscopic surgery and novel therapies for orthopaedic injuries and joint disease.​
  • $20 million gift, ORC
    Thank you to an anonymous racehorse breeder who has pledged $20 million for a new CSU research facility! The gift fulfills a matching challenge from lead donors John and Leslie Malone. We’re galloping to the future of regenerative medicine.​
  • John and Leslie Malone donate 42.5 million
    The Malones have donated $42.5 million to the college – the largest cash gift in CSU history – for research that benefits human and animal health! The gift will launch an institute that develops stem-cell therapies and other regenerative treatments for animals, with discoveries that may be applied to new treatments for people. ​​
  • TMI groundbreaking news release
    The facility is expected support new discoveries in translational medicine for humans and animals, enhancing CSU’s research expertise in areas such as orthopaedics, biomedical engineering, immunology, infectious disease and surgical advances.
  • TMI ground breaking press release
    ​Ground has officially been broken on the new $65 million translational medicine facility at Colorado State University, to be named in honor of acclaimed New Zealand-born equine arthroscopic specialist Wayne McIlwraith.
  • TMI groundbreaking news release
    The three-story, 100,000-sf facility will provide the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences with clinical and research laboratories, a technology-rich surgical center, and a 200-seat auditorium.
  • tmi press release
    A new research facility that will bring together a diverse array of experts to develop new biological healing technologies will open in 2018 at Colorado State University.
  • tmi groundbreaking john and leslie malone
    John and Leslie Malone’s $42.5 million gift, announced Monday, will create the CSU Institute for Biologic Translational Therapies in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, a 100,000-square-foot facility to develop stem-cell research into commercially viable treatments for animals and humans.
  • TMI ground breaking
    Researchers say a multi-million dollar gift from Colorado media mogul John Malone and his wife, Leslie, puts Colorado at the forefront of stem cell research. Their $42.5-million gift will fund a new institute at Colorado State University that will explore stem cell therapies for animals and adults.
  • tmi ground breaking
    ​The $65 million facility is named for an illustrious veterinarian who has built a remarkable clinical and research enterprise in orthopedic medicine for horses during nearly 40 years at CSU.
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