Montana State University
Established since 1893 in the city of Bozeman, Montana State University (MSU) has grown to be the largest research & development land-grant institution in the state. Serving a welcoming and adventurous community of 14,000 students, of which, 4,000 are graduate students, MSU has a total of 960 faculty members and offers more than 225 respected academic programs through nine colleges for undergraduate and graduate students. The university has strong clinical and translational research (CTR) activities in computational biology, neurobiology, structural biology, infectious diseases, and environmental health. These CTR activities address many of the issues affecting rural America in general and Native American communities in particular through the study of such issues as diabetes and obesity, hantavirus, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, STDs, oral health, and West Nile Virus. The clinical and translational research related institutions & programs in MSU include the following: the Center for Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics, Montana IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (MT INBRE), Institute of Rural Studies, Institute of Neuroscience, Institute of Cancer, Institute of Heart, and the Center for American Indian & Rural Health Equity (CAIRHE).
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