The company’s donation of essential health care supplies supports Dr. Ilan Frank, a second-year resident with the Small Animal Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation service.
Daily Archives: March 13, 2018
In 1932, Evelyn M. Hermann became the first female to earn her D.V.M from the CSU veterinary program.
Jorgensen Labs, a Loveland-based supplier of veterinary medical supplies, has made a donation to Colorado State University to establish a chair in clinical sciences at the university’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Norm Jorgensen earned a bachelor’s degree from CSU in 1977 and his doctor of veterinary medicine degree there in 1980.
Dr. Roehr has served as the state veterinarian for Colorado Department of Agriculture since 2009. He is on the board of the CSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
“We are looking for things that help dogs with arthritis,” said Dr. Felix Duerr, an assistant professor at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Maggie will travel to Fort Collins for the surgery, and veterinarians will also take a biopsy to confirm that the cancer is osteosarcoma. If it is, Maggie’s case will become part of a clinical trial at Colorado State University that is exploring the use of immunotherapy in dogs with this type of cancer.
Dr. Jay Childress graduated from CSU’s veterinary school at over half a century ago. He spent his career in Monte Vista, Colo., building a family and a practice that are still strong today. His mentorship influenced countless students and young veterinarians.