The CSU developed COVID-19 biosensor test could produce results from blood, saliva or nasal swab sample in 30 minutes at home for a low cost.
Geiss Lab distribution of virus infectious clone expression plasmids (Zika, Sindbis, etc.).
CSU faculty Brian Geiss, Charles Henry, and David Dandy describe their cost-effective, portable COVID-19 biosensor test.
Associate Professor Brian Geiss discusses the newly-licensed coronavirus biosensor test developed at CSU.
CSU researchers pivoted their ongoing diagnostic biosensors collaboration to develop an innovative at-home test for coronavirus.
Dr. Brian Geiss explains why exactly elderly people are more at risk of COVID-19.
Dr. Brian Geiss is one of seven teachers awarded a 2020 Best Teacher Award at Colorado State University
Dr. Brian Geiss is part of a panel of CSU experts addressing concerns about the Coronavirus outbreak.
Kelly Du Pont, a chemistry student studying in the Geiss lab, and Dr. Geiss were part of a team that found a new way to study and develop new vaccines.