Colorado State University veterinary student Caroline Wollman wears a shield as she works during a free health care clinic Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020.
Daily Archives: October 13, 2020
Dr. Jerry Black is a visiting professor at Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine and is an emeritus professor and Wagonhound Land and Livestock Chair in Equine Sciences at Colorado State University.
Mark Zabel, Colorado State University, spearheaded the effort to develop saliva testing. The test costs under $10, can be processed in less than a day.
While CSU ran out of quarantine rooms on campus, researchers at the Fort Collins campus are applauding the university’s ability to isolate positive cases long before they can spread.
A new saliva test for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has shown promising results and could help Colorado State University increase its testing capacity to 3,000 or more a day
Gabriella Kawahisa Piquini, Colorado State University’s class of 2021, is one of five awarded Oakwood Foundation Scholarship.
Karen McCormick, doctor of veterinary medicine and certified veterinary acupuncturist at Colorado State University, runs for State House District 11.
Joann Ginal received her Ph.D. in reproductive endocrinology with the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science at Colorado State University
Colorado State University’s Sustainable Livestock Systems Collaborative has hired its first director: Kim Stackhouse-Lawson
“With advances in imaging technology, it’s easier than it has ever been to diagnose and treat the problems that arise in the stifle,” says David Frisbie, DVM, PhD, of Colorado State University.