March 26, 2021 Action in a Time of Crisis: Colorado State University Research Retrospective

Top Colorado State University researchers mobilized their disciplines over the course of the past year to address challenges raised by the global coronavirus pandemic.

November 16, 2020 Video: Emerging Infectious Disease: Join the Fight

Infectious disease scientists across Colorado State University are focused on fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

November 12, 2020 NY Times: Using Wolves as First Responders Against a Deadly Brain Disease

Wolves could be a crucial tool in fighting the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease among deer and other cervidae.

November 3, 2020 USA Today:The best COVID-19 warning system? Poop and pooled spit, says one Colorado university.

Colorado State University has established more efficient and cost-effective methods for early detection of COVID-19 infections on campus.

October 7, 2020 Coloradoan: Colorado State University plans to test up to 3,000 a day for COVID-19 through saliva test

A new saliva test led by Mark Zabel to screen CSU faculty, staff, and students for coronavirus is cost-efficient and provides results within a day.

October 5, 2020 Targeted Testing: A team of CSU scientists work to curb the spread of COVID-19

Scientists across campus are conducting coronavirus surveillance through widespread wastewater and spit testing on campus.

September 3, 2020 Targeted surveillance mitigating COVID-19 spread at Colorado State University

Dr. Mark Zabel is leading a team to develop the capability to proactively screen a much larger portion of the CSU population with rapid turnaround digital droplet-PCR (dd-PCR) of pooled saliva samples.

May 4, 2020 Beyond the basics: “Foundational science is the point of discovery”

A conversation between fellow MIP scientists Mark Zabel and Michael Young covered research funding, undergraduate student advice, prions and more.

March 26, 2020 Fort Morgan Times: Colorado State University scientists answer questions during Morgan Community College COVID-19 webinar

A panel of Colorado scientists, including Mark Zabel, answered questions about the coronavirus and how it could continue to affect the community.