VIDEO: Dr. Laura Brandt is Director of Clinical Pathology for Zoetis Reference Labs. She completed a clinical pathology residency at Colorado State University and simultaneously obtained a master’s degree in microbiology.
Author Archives: CVMBS Communications
“The new building will also have an expanded primary care clinic, which will provide additional experience for veterinary students throughout their curriculum but especially during those years where they’re learning the hands-on components of veterinary medicine,” associate CSU professor Dr. Kelly Hall said.
Stephanie McGrath, associate professor in neurology and neurosurgery at Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, is looking into CBD treatments for dogs with chronic pain: arthritis in older dogs, anxiety and separation anxiety, epilepsy, dementia and brain cancer.
Six CSU researchers from the Colleges of Health and Human Sciences and Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences recently took part in the 10th annual CCTSI Summit which had the theme of “Research in Health Equity and Social Determinants.”
“I hope to serve in rural, underserved communities, helping to be part of the solution for the inadequacy of healthcare systems in these regions.” -Chelsea Alton
“Our college ranks among the world’s top institutions in veterinary and biomedical education and research,” said Sue VandeWoude, dean of the college.
J.J. Goicoechea previously served as Nevada state veterinarian from 2016 to 2019 and has 20 years in private veterinary practice. The fourth-generation Eureka rancher received his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Colorado State University and his bachelor of science from the University of Nevada, Reno.
The Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences announced a $278 million project to expand the veterinary health complex by 2028 and increase class sizes by 30 students a year, to about 170.
Groundbreaking is expected early next year, CSU officials said, with completion in phases through 2028, transforming CSU’s South Campus as the training site for all veterinary students.