CBS Colorado covers the recent NIH funding to CSU to build a state-of-the-art bat research facility which will facilitate the breeding and research of bats.
Greg Ebel discusses how his lab’s history with arbovirus surveillance poised the team to respond to the early COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ebel Lab is part of the newly-awarded Verena (Viral Emergence Research Initiative) Biology Integration Institute, intent to discover more about the science of the host-virus network.
NPR highlights xenosurveillance efforts in Guatemala, where blood samples retrieved from the abdomen of mosquitos are analyzed by the Ebel lab.
Greg Ebel discusses WNV evolution and xenosurveillance for the American Society for Microbiology’s “Meet the Microbiologist” podcast.
Scientists across Colorado are surveilling West Nile virus transmission to understand its transmission by mosquitoes to animals and humans.
Colorado State University scientists are developing a plan to collaborate with other universities to create a pan-coronavirus vaccine that could help in future pandemics.
Essential Colorado State University employees participated in a study to to minimize the risk of outbreaks while pursuing a return to normal workforce productivity and function.
CSU researchers have amassed one of the largest archives of longitudinally collected human samples of COVID-19 through their research in skilled nursing facilities.