Colorado State University's infectious disease research video, "Local Discovery, Global Impact," is currently being featured on Global Health TV. Visit Global Health TV and view the CSU video online under "Field Reports" at www.globalhealthtv.com/index.php?page=1&vid=25.
The video features CSU Vice President for Research Bill Farland, along with Colorado State professors and researchers John Belisle, Carol Blair, Barry Beaty and Patrick Brennan. Colorado State's infectious disease research video was one of only five university produced videos shown at the 2007 Global Health Conference this May. The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences occupies a special place in the Global Health community. The College conducts research on infectious diseases that affect animals and humans. Global Health TV reports on the work the university is doing in the Yucatan and Nepal and the effect it has around the world.
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