Patrick J. Brennan has been elected as a Fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Microbiology. Brennan was honored due to his important contributions to the fields of microbial physiology, infectious diseases and molecular biology. More >>
Ian Orme, a leading expert in tuberculosis research, received the 2004 Scholarship Impact Award, one of the university's highest awards and its top annual honor for accomplishment in research. More >>
MIP Students dominate the field at the CSU Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium.
The university's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory was chosen as one of only seven laboratories nationwide for high throughput, or high volume, BSE testing More >>
The Arthropod-Borne and Infectious Diseases Laboratory, hosted the world's top researchers for the 15th annual Biology of Disease Vectors course June 13-26.
The 2004 CVMBS Outstanding Employee Service Award was presented to MIP Human Resource & Residency/PhD Coordinator, Esta Saffer.
2004 New Faculty
Are you ready for some Picnic?
Throwing at your favorite Dept Head in a Dunk Tank?
Where: The grassy knoll between Anatomy/Zoology and the Painter Center
The Department will supply the grill, meat, beer and beverages. Please consider bringing a side dish to share
Summer/Fall 2004 brings the Department
Mark Your Calendars!
The MIP Holiday Party will be
December 3rd at the University Park Holiday Inn. Further details to follow in future Newsletters.
The Faculty Retreat will be September 23, at the University Park Holiday Inn.
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