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.
Dr. Geiss opened up about his path to becoming the Director of the Microbiology-Immunology professional master’s program.
Dr. Geiss worked on a team to detect low levels of antibodies in blood, helping with early diagnosis.
New tech Dr. Geiss helped to create detects small amounts of antibodies.
The sensor developed by CSU researchers, including Dr. Brian Geiss, capable of testing as few as 10 virus antibody molecules within 20 minutes in a person’s blood was featured by the NSF.
Dr. Geiss is going to support the Microbiology-Immunology professional master’s program as it’s new director.
An Interdisciplinary team at CSU discovered a new way to detect viral infections.
Dr. Geiss has been studying the use of sofosbuvir, a drug used for flavivirus hepatitis C (HCV), for Zika.
Mosquitoes in Colorado have been confirmed to be carrying West Nile Virus and Dr. Geiss is working on a new drug to fight the flavivirus.