These Skid Row streets hold the nation’s largest concentration of homeless people who are not staying in a shelter, and at first glance it’s an unrelieved landscape of despair: mental illness, poverty, addiction.
Daily Archives: January 21, 2022
Hamsters are widely used around the world as a model for Covid in humans. They are highly susceptible to the disease and shed lots of virus, raising the prospect of animal-to-human transmission, said Dr. Richard Bowen, who studies zoonotic diseases at Colorado State University.
Colorado State’s brand new one-of-a-kind Spur campus is now officially open to the public. The campus describes itself as a laboratory, veterinary clinic, market, museum, art studio, classroom, garden, and innovation center, all rolled into one.
Colorado State University explains that the gastrointestinal mucosa forms a barrier between the body and a lumenal environment, potentially laden with hostile toxins and microorganisms.
Figueroa and David Rojas-Rueda, assistant professor of epidemiology at Colorado State University, were both nominated by Jill Hunsaker Ryan, the CDPHE’s executive director.
Lisa Fortier, Ph.D. ’98, the James Law Professor of Surgery, has always had a passion for veterinary medicine. This love of the profession has carried her through her training — from her D.V.M. program at Colorado State University, to her Ph.D. and residency training at Cornell, and her current role as clinician-scientist at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.
You should never give your dog ibuprofen. The medicine can cause damage to your dog’s stomach and kidneys, says Alison Meindl, DVM, a veterinarian, and professor at Colorado State University.