Using the only approved TB vaccine Mary Jackson and her team are producing novel COVID-19 vaccine candidates.
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
Adaption of a current tuberculosis vaccine may prove effective in fighting SARS-CoV-2.
CSU scientists are studying 4 possible COVID-19 vaccines.
Mary Jackson and her team are seeing if they can use the BCG vaccine platform to fight COVID-19.
A CSU lead international team found that contact with armadillos resulted in high Mycobacterium leprae infection rates.
Research being done on how infectious diseases interact with amoebae shed light on how the plague is surviving.
CSU researchers have found what keeps Leprosy alive.
Mary Jackson and her team received a grant from One Health to research the role amoebas play in the persistence of pathogenic organisms.