May 15, 2023 Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity winners announced

Abdo Lab’s Joy Love wins first place for Excellence in Data Science for her research on Lactobacillus Vaccine Vectors at the annual CURC showcase.

June 10, 2020 Reusing chicken litter shows benefits

A USDA-funded study finds that the microbiome in reused poultry litter can deter growth of pathogens like Salmonella.

April 27, 2020 Microscopic Genius: The Big Potential of the Very Small

Scientists across the university, in the CSU Microbiome Network, tackle important questions in the expanding field of microbiome research.

January 29, 2020 Research Day 2020 offers a view of the future of science

Graduate student Bridget Eklund, mentored by Drs. Zaid Abdo and Gregg Dean, placed first in the Basic Oral Presentations category of the annual CVMBS Research Day.

November 7, 2019 Nematode fumigants have very low long-term impact on soil health, study suggests

Scientists at Colorado State University and Oregon State University investigated the influence of a fumigant, commonly used for nematode management in potato cropping systems, on soil microbial communities.

October 8, 2019 Rice bran supplementation may help curb malnutrition, diarrhea for infants in middle and low-income countries

A recently published international study found the chronic-disease fighting properties of rice bran may greatly improve children’s nutrition.

May 24, 2019 Soil communities threatened by destruction, instability of Amazon forests, new study finds

Dr. Zaid Abdo is part of a CSU-based research team investigating the effects of deforestation on soil biodiversity in the Amazon rainforests.

February 22, 2019 CVMBS Research Day highlights importance of scientific collaboration

Graduate student Steven Lakin, DVM (mentor Zaid Abdo) won second place for his poster, “Statistical Supercomputing Improves Surveillance of Bacterial Pathogens and Antimicrobial Resistance”, during the 2019 Research Day.

November 28, 2018 The PLOS Microbiome Channel – Meet the Editors

Dr. Zaid Abdo is one of the channel editors for the newly-launched PLOS Microbiome Channel.