“What started as a homegrown project that we had to pay for ourselves turned into a huge state-funded initiative that is going to save a lot of lives… because of this global problem you have all the best scientists in the world putting their heads together. That’s never happened before. Ever.” -Dr. Nicole Ehrhart
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“What we saw is within facilities a lot of the same sequence, whereas within different facilities, they had a different sequence. It does look like, with the data we have so far, that they really are clustering within the same facility.” -Nicole Sexton, Ebel Lab postdoctoral fellow
“A lot of the time we do discover fireworks cause a significant noise phobia in our veterinary patients; mainly dogs, but cats can also be affected,” said Dr. Cindy Sotelo, a small animal internal medicine resident at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
During the first several of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders throughout the world, the Recover Initiative extended a free training offer to students of registered universities and colleges, including CSU, with veterinary training programs.
Personalized instruction and customized audio-video support with the same “instant replay” technology used in video games and televised sports – so you may practice, analyze, and hone your skills and confidence in bringing new ideas and skills back to your daily practice. Our teaching laboratories include 12 complete endoscopic/arthroscopic stations with 4K monitors, and an Immersive Virtual Reality teaching lab.
We have cat-astrophic news for animal lovers: Men who like cats are less likely to get a date. That’s the takeaway from a study by Lori Kogan at Colorado State University, which found that women are less likely to swipe right — or say yes — to men if they’re posing with a cat in a picture.
Dr. Mike Lappin joins the world’s top health experts to debunk common myths we hear about COVID-19.
From artists and musicians around the country to business leaders and change-makers in our own community, we celebrate Black life in America.
William J. Tietz, M.S., Ph.D., D.V.M., former dean of the CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and President Emeritus of Montana State University, died on June 10, 2020, at the age of 93. In 2017, Tietz visited CSU for Homecoming and sat down for an interview.