Boise State University
Designated by the Carnegie Classifications of Higher Education as a Doctoral Research Institution, Boise State University (BSU) has become Idaho’s largest “metropolitan university of distinction” and its fastest-growing research enterprise over the past decade. Founded in 1932 and becoming a part of the Idaho State System of Higher Education in 1969, BSU’s 285 acre campus serves a diverse 18,250 student population, with 2,644 comprising of graduate level students, and a total faculty of 1,202. BSU offers 170 academic programs for undergraduate and graduate students which include the following clinical and translational research related colleges and centers: College of Arts & Sciences, College of Health Sciences, College of Education, College of Engineering (School of Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering), Center for Orthopedic and Biomechanics Research (COBR), Center for the Study of Aging, Biomolecular Research Center (BRC), and the Musculoskeletal Research Institute (MRI). Within these Colleges, the Departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Physics, Psychology, Kinesiology, Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Computer Science, Nursing, Community & Environmental Health, Radiologic Sciences, and Respiratory Care, are home to clinical researchers carrying out translational research. Committed to fostering an environment where exceptional translational research and creativity thrive, BSU continues to contribute a research infrastructure for the translation of research findings that addresses some of the major health, environmental, technological, and social issues to a tangible benefit for residents of Idaho.
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