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Lauren Shomaker, an associate professor in the CSU Department of Human Development and Family Studies, has received a $2.8 million National Institutes of Health – National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health U01 grant entitled “Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Depression and Insulin Resistance in Adolescents.”
Rebecca Toll, a research associate with the Colorado State University Prevention Research Center, has received the 2020 Northern Colorado’s 40 under Forty Award given by BizWest.
To celebrate the day, meet first-generation college student Kathryn-Quintero, from Glenwood Springs, Colorado, a fourth-year hospitality management major minoring in business administration.
Are you male aged 45-70 and interested in volunteering for a study with the Functional Foods and Human Health Lab on CSU campus?
Inflammation has been found to be a side effect of aging. Learn how exercising and movement helps against inflammation and other age-related chronic diseases.
Meet HABIC Dog Trainer and Program Coordinator Jasmine Marie (BSW, 12)! She worked with her first dog at age 12 in Fort Collins and became a professional dog trainer before studying social work at Colorado State University, where she became inspired to learn more about the human-animal bond.
Clara and owner/handler Laura became a HABIC-certified volunteer team in 2017. They worked at Columbine Health Center visiting patients and residents, and at Respite Care assisting youth with developmental disabilities. Clara passed over the rainbow bridge suddenly in September.
A group of Colorado State University employees recently participated in a study to test asymptomatic essential CSU staff who worked on campus for more than 20 hours a week during the Colorado “stay-at-home” and “safer-at-home” orders.