Each workshop is led by industry experts, including Frank Garry, extension specialist veterinarian at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University.
Daily Archives: September 4, 2018
A group of researchers led by John Belisle, a microbiology professor at Colorado State University, is using a metabolomic approach to identify small-molecule biomarkers in blood and urine samples to help detect early Lyme disease.
The case identified in Florida was one of atypical BSE, which means it arose spontaneously. It occurred in a 6-year-old beef cow being raised in Florida, but it was tested at the Colorado State University Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory “as part of routine surveillance of cattle that are deemed unsuitable for slaughter,” according to the USDA’s statement.
According to Dr. Scansen, the suite is truly one-of-a-kind. “The new operating room has capabilities that no other veterinary hospital in the world has. It’s not the first hybrid operating room that has been built, but it is the first in veterinary medicine that encompasses all of the advanced imaging capabilities that we have.”
The veterinary startup is pioneering cloud-based technology that allows veterinarians to upload images of cytologies (samples of tissue or fluid on a slide) and blood smears through digital slide scanners, microscope cameras, or cell phones.
Mallory Lehman, Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine: Clostridial Enterocolitis in a Neonatal Foal