Julie Sun, Cell & Molecular Biology PhD alum and post-doctoral fellow in the Telling Lab, was selected as the 2022-23 CMB Outstanding Graduate.
Undergraduate Telling Lab researcher and engineering student EmmaKate Raisley received a 2023 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to complete a PhD in Bioengineering at Rice University.
Glenn Telling, the director of the CSU Prion Research Center, and Sarah Gregory discuss a new prion strain as a cause of chronic wasting disease in a Finland moose.
First year Microbiology PhD student Leo Tyer, mentored by Glenn Telling, received 2nd place Early-Stage Basic Research for their poster on North American and Scandinavian CWD prions.
Leo Tyer attended the 2022 Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Symposium in Puerto Rico to present on chronic wasting disease prion research conducted with the Telling Lab.
Cell & Molecular Biology PhD student Julie Sun graduated and was hooded by her advisor, Glenn Telling, on December 16, 2022.
Julie Sun, a Cell & Molecular Biology graduate candidate in the Telling Lab of CSU’s Prion Research Center was selected for the 2022 Think Like a Freak Award.
Joe DeFranco, mentored by Glenn Telling, was selected as a 2022 DARPA Forward Riser, which provides early stage researchers a unique opportunity to be recognized for their notable work and present their ideas directly to DARPA.
Microbiology PhD student Joe DeFranco, mentored by Glenn Telling, was one of nine students selected to create the next generation workforce for resilient and agile solutions to pandemics and infectious disease outbreaks.