CSU researchers to take part in NIH-funded TB susceptibility study

CSU researchers to take part in NIH-funded TB susceptibility study

FORT COLLINS -- A research team from Colorado State University will play a crucial role in a National Institutes of Health-funded study of what factors make people susceptible to tuberculosis and... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Tuesday April 14, 2015 0 comments Tags: Fort Collins, CSU, tuberculosis, NIH, Randall Basaraba, Brendan Podell

CSU researchers study deadly link between TB and diabetes, seek dual occurrence treatment

CSU researchers study deadly link between TB and diabetes, seek dual occurrence treatment

FORT COLLINS - Research at Colorado State University has revealed new links between tuberculosis and diabetes, providing evidence that TB becomes more deadly when it occurs with diabetes and... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Monday June 9, 2014 0 comments Tags: Brendan Podell, CSU, diabetes, Fort Collins, Randall Basaraba, tuberculosis

CSU researchers tackling development of breath test for faster, more accurate TB testing

CSU researchers tackling development of breath test for faster, more accurate TB testing

FORT COLLINS - Tuberculosis researchers at Colorado State University are working to develop a diagnostic breath test with the potential to revolutionize TB testing, CSU said. With a $244,000... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Tuesday May 6, 2014 0 comments Tags: Alan Schenkel, CSU, Diane Ordway, Fort Collins, Randall Basaraba, tuberculosis

CSU research shows tuberculosis might be effectively treated with new drug cocktail

CSU research shows tuberculosis might be effectively treated with new drug cocktail

FORT COLLINS - Research at Colorado State University has revealed that even the most intractable cases of tuberculosis might be effectively treated with a new drug cocktail combining conventional... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Tuesday March 18, 2014 0 comments Tags: CSU, Fort Collins, Randall Basaraba, tuberculosis

CSU researchers launch 'most realistic' study of how tuberculosis pathogen is transmitted

CSU researchers launch 'most realistic' study of how tuberculosis pathogen is transmitted

FORT COLLINS - Researchers at Colorado State University are launching the most realistic study ever conducted into how transmission of the tuberculosis pathogen triggers infectious disease, CSU... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday June 18, 2013 0 comments Tags: CSU, Diane Ordway, Fort Collins, Ian Orme, Randall Basaraba