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  • leprosy
    Leprosy is an ancient disease effectively battled with medicine, but new cases continue to arise in developing countries. CSU scientists might have found a reason: Amoebae common in water, soil and plants can harbor the bacteria that cause leprosy – and the pathogens stay active through this infectious buddy system.​
  • research day 2015
    More than 140 students competed with oral and poster presentations during the college’s 16th annual Research Day. Our young investigators tackled research questions in cancer, reproductive health, tuberculosis, heart disease, and much more!​​
  • Sue VandeWoude
    Two of our college leaders have received prestigious honors from the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges: Dr. Sue VandeWoude is lauded for research, while Dr. Lance Perryman is honored for contributions to education.​
  • tuberculosis metabolic research team, CSU, Randall Basaraba, Brendan Podell
    A CSU research team is part of a new project backed by the National Institutes of Health to examine metabolic factors that make people susceptible to tuberculosis. They will study links between TB and altered glucose and lipid metabolism, as well as drug therapies.

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