Bayley McDonald is a genetics and cell biology major in the School of Molecular Bioscience and is a member of the college’s prestigious accelerated degree program, Students Targeted toward Advanced Research Studies (STARS), in which students can earn a PhD in as little as seven years after graduating high school.
Maliki Musa, is a field assistant with Rabies Free Tanzania based out of Arusha. Why is it important to eliminate rabies? In my role as a field assistant, I conduct household surveys and evaluate the validation of rabies free vaccination campaigns. It is important to eliminate rabies since it can cause immediate death to human […]
A WSU-led research team found spike proteins from the bat virus, Khosta-2, can infect human cells and is resistant to both the monoclonal antibodies and serum from individuals vaccinated for SARS-CoV-2.