March 9, 2021 Reflecting on research: A year of COVID-19 at CSU

Using the only approved TB vaccine Mary Jackson and her team are producing novel COVID-19 vaccine candidates.

March 8, 2021 Female Researchers at Colorado State University are Taking a Lead to Combat COVID-19

On International Women’s Day, we celebrate the contributions and impact from women everywhere, including all of the CSU scientists and researchers who have led in the fight against COVID-19

March 3, 2021 Racing to save humans through animal research

Adaption of a current tuberculosis vaccine may prove effective in fighting SARS-CoV-2.

February 22, 2021 CSU vaccine research advances, groundwork begins to develop coronavirus vaccine for the next pandemic

CSU scientists are studying 4 possible COVID-19 vaccines.

May 19, 2020 ‘We have to try it’: Tuberculosis expert explores coronavirus vaccine research

Mary Jackson and her team are seeing if they can use the BCG vaccine platform to fight COVID-19.

June 29, 2018 New evidence that wild armadillos spread leprosy to humans

A CSU lead international team found that contact with armadillos resulted in high Mycobacterium leprae infection rates.

January 16, 2018 Are amoebae safe harbors for plague?

Research being done on how infectious diseases interact with amoebae shed light on how the plague is surviving.

February 24, 2015 CSU study finds that Leprosy bacteria can survive in unusual environments

CSU researchers have found what keeps Leprosy alive.

February 11, 2015 Grants spur One Health research collaboration

Mary Jackson and her team received a grant from One Health to research the role amoebas play in the persistence of pathogenic organisms.