Impact Magazine


In memory: James Ingram

Jim Ingram, a Colorado State University veterinarian who parlayed his suturing skills into a philanthropic sewing hobby, died May 26 at home in Fort Collins. He was 94.

Animal Health

The Horse: Sensible Recovery Strategies for Equine Athletes

“Fitness plays a major role in the efficiency of cooling down,” says Erin Contino, MS, DVM, Dipl. ACVSMR, an eventer and assistant professor of equine sports medicine and rehabilitation at Colorado State University’s Equine Orthopaedic Research Center, in Fort Collins. “Conditioning leads to physiologic adaptations that help to dissipate heat.”

In the News

CSU Social Blog: 24 hours at the VTH

Behind the scenes with photography intern Kellen Bakovich: I had the opportunity to go to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for two days and photograph nearly every department at the hospital. The purpose for this project is to show everything that the hospital does for the CVMBS magazine.

Morning Ag Clips: Soil threatened by instability of Amazon forests

The new study, “Amazonian deforestation and soil biodiversity,” is published in the June issue of Conservation Biology and is co-authored by CSU Distinguished Professor Diana Wall, Bruno Sobral, professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology at CSU, and Artur Silva, professor at the Universidade Federal do Pará in Belém, Brazil.