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Comparative Pathology Shared Resource (CPSR)

Pig, fish, mice

Why Do You Need This New Shared Resource?

Comparative Pathologists are familiar with normal anatomy, physiology and histology, as well as background age- and strain-related conditions. Similar to laboratory animal veterinarians, they are familiar with the infectious pathogens of different species, as well as the research associated with different animal models.

Comparative pathologists can correlate disease manifestations with experimental research manipulations and provide human disease context to augment understanding.

Mouse bone marrow with myeloid toxicity x 1000Few veterinarians are trained to work in biomedical research, and CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus assists in training the next generation of laboratory animal veterinarians, research focused veterinary technicians, biomedical researchers and comparative clinical and anatomic pathologists. Lymphoma within mouse spinal cord This research campus, and our foothill associates, engage in a wide variety of disease research and an equally wide variety of animal models serve to approximate aspects of the human disease condition. Collaboration with other research institutions, training and partnering with colleagues at Colorado State University, and elsewhere, strengthens model validation and research vigor in comparative studies.​

Funded by:

University of Colorado

Colorado Comprehensive Cancer Center

Vice Chancellor for Research

Office of Laboratory Animal Resources

Children's Hospital

Colorado Clinical & Translational Sciences Institute

Departments of Psychology & Medicine

Department of Pathology

12800 E. 19th Ave
Aurora, Colorado 80045
CPSR@ucdenver.edu
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