The Kading Lab and Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering colleagues have developed a unique method to track disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Natalie Wickenkamp, a graduate student in the Kading Lab, won the Innovation in Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Award at CSU’s Demo Day.
Olivia Martinez, one of four MARC scholars, joins Kading Lab in studying the ecology and transmission dynamics of vector-borne pathogens.
Thanks to a collaboration with CSU engineers, Rebekah Kading’s lab is introducing a better way to perform mosquito-tracking for disease applications.
Bats and humans depend on the caves that pockmark the Mount Elgon caldera in eastern Uganda, making it the perfect field site to study human-bat interactions and emerging viral pathogens.
CSU researchers expanded their neurovirology work to include anti-inflammatory drug therapies for COVID-19. Colorado State University is one of a small number of universities where this research can take place.
A team of Colorado State University scientists has detected Zika virus RNA in free-ranging African bats. The findings have ecological implications and raise questions about how bats are exposed to Zika virus in nature.
Fieldwork photos of Kading lab members, who traveled in May 2021 to biosurveil bats in Uganda.
Top Colorado State University researchers mobilized their disciplines over the course of the past year to address challenges raised by the global coronavirus pandemic.