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Center for Environmental Medicine

The Colorado State University Center for Environmental Medicine addresses significant challenges in environmental toxicology that may affect human health by bringing together global partners and research partners from fields as diverse as environmental sciences, biological sciences, and chemistry.


 CEM News and Announcements

  • sea lions, dr. ron tjalkens, neurology, neuroscience, marine mammal center
    Translational medicine: a research partnership between ERHS professor Dr. Ron Tjalkens and the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, CA has released a study explaining the effects of domestic acid on the brain.
  • center for environmental faculty member Ron Tjalkens
    ​Parkinson's Disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system. Professor Dr. Ron Tjalkens and others are researching the disease and hope to stop or reverse neurological damage.
  • Dr. Richard Slayden, bioterrorism, Center for Environmental Medicine
    In a recent interview with Colorado Public Radio, Dr. Ric Slayden discusses his research. Listen to Dr. Slayden discuss how his research will help find treatments for deadly bacteria that the U.S. military can use to counter bioterrorism.

 Learn More About CSU's Toxicology Program


 Professors Discuss CSU's Toxicology Program

Marie Legare

Join us in congratulating the following 2013-2014 CVMBS Scholarship and Award recipients within the Toxicology graduate program:
  • Environmental Health Sciences Outstanding Graduate Student Researcher Award to Jennifer Berkbigler
  • Dr. William K. Riddell Memorial Graduate Scholarship to Briana Trout
  • Dr. Reginald L. Gotchy Memorial Scholarship to Carly Brown
  • Student-nominated Award for Innovative Instructional Methodology in Graduate Education to Associate Director of Education, Dr. Marie Legare.

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