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Infectious Disease Research and Response Network at Colorado State University

 Infectious diseases research, education, and service activities have been a major academic thrust at Colorado State University for over three decades.

Infectious Disease Research and Response Network

The IDR2N (Infectious Disease Research and Response Network) was designated as one of 21 Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence (PRSE) at Colorado State University in 2016. The IDR2N brings together large research and service programs, and over 60 faculty members from six departments to address local, national and international needs for infectious disease control and prevention. The breadth of IDR2N activities are based on the strength of major pillars of infectious disease research and service at Colorado State University, including:

  1. The Arthropod-borne and Infectious Diseases Laboratory

  2. The Mycobacteria Research Laboratories

  3. The Prion Research Center

  4. The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory​​

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Contact Us:
Dr. John Belisle 
Director, Infectious Disease Research and Response Network

Office: D111 RIC
0922 Campus Delivery
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-0922

Phone:
​(970) 491-5384

Fax:
​(970) 492-4388