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Read the Fall 2021 Gold Papers from graduate students from Colorado State University!

Elliot Graham, Jessica Hill,, Sophie Seward, Raj Trikha, Luke Whitcomb, and Lindsay Winkenbach contributed to the Fall 2021 Gold Papers.

Topics covered include:

  • Detriments of All-Nighters
  • C. elegans in biomedical research
  • And a dive into the life of a medical student!

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Read the Summer 2021 Gold Papers from graduate students from Colorado State University!

Elliot Graham, Jessica Hill, Ikaia Leleiwi, Sophie Seward, Raj Trikha and Luke Whitcomb contributed to the Summer 2021 Gold Papers.

Topics covered include:

  • Inflammation and Health
  • Reproducibility in Microbiome Science
  • Medical Scribes
  • Sleep and School Start Times

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Read the Winter 2021 Gold Papers from graduate students out of Colorado State University!

Ellie Ellis, Yusef Farrah, Jessica Hill, Kara McIver, Marissa Metz, Ikaia Leleiwi, Raj Trikha and Luke Whitcomb contributed to the Winter 2021 Gold Papers.

Topics covered include:

  • Solar Cells as an Energy Device
  • Regenerative Agriculture
  • Food Communities and our Gut Microbiota
  • Healthcare Inequality
  • Chronic Pain and Neuroplasticity

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Read the Fall 2020 Gold Papers from graduate students out of the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department. The Gold Papers are a CSU flavored spinoff to White Papers, which aim to summarize current research and perspectives.

Caitlin Clark, Kayl Ecton, Jessica Hill, Kara McIver, Raj Trikha, and Emily Woolf contributed to the Fall 2020 Gold Papers.

Topics covered include:

  • Nutrients in cocoa: is chocolate really a healthy food?
  • Obesity and disease: consequences of complacency
  • Childhood nutrition: are Colorado kids as healthy as we think?
  • COVID-19 and nutrition: what to know in the pandemic.

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