CM 792 Seminar Series

Environmentally driven perturbations to the gut microbiome are involved in the development and progression of human disease, suggesting that the microbiome plays an important role at the interface between human health and the environment. Zoom Link: zoom.us/j/2739785544#success    

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Congratulations Dr. Rachel Brady!!

The American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation Inc. has awarded a Clinician-Scientist Fellowship to Colorado State University in the amount of $12,000, in supporting the research endeavors of Dr. Rachel Brady under the mentorship of Dr. Dawn L. Duval, PhD. …

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GWIS-Storytelling

Graduate Women in Science welcomes you to a night of storytelling at Horse and Dragon Brewing Company. Hear from early career scientists about their journey into STEM fields! This is a community event where all masked people are welcome. Please …

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CMB GRADSHOW AWARD WINNERS!!

CMB students brought home 8 (13.5%!) of the 59 awards at GradShow2021, worth over $1,700! Our program comprises <1% of the graduate students at CSU so that has to be a highly statistically significant over-representation of CMB! Also worth noting that …

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Science Communication Day

  CSU’s Center for Science Communication (CSC, a part of the Journalism and Media Communication Dept.) is putting on a Science Communication Day this Thursday, November 11th from 12:30-2pm, LSC room 308-210…….

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