Colorado State University specialists Retta Bruegger, Jenny Beiermann and Ragan Adams taught sessions on how to prepare for a drought, how to care for animals during an emergency, and other topics.
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PODCAST: Greg Ebel is a professor at Colorado State University. He says temperature also affects mosquitoes’ ability to carry heartworm in the first place.
He was commissioned a lieutenant in the US Army. He majored in animal husbandry at Colorado State University and returned after his military service to complete his doctorate in veterinary medicine.
Ryan Brooks Brown passed away at his home on April 9, 2018 at the age of 46. He attended Colorado State University, graduating from CSU Veterinary School in 1999.
Dr. Geoff Heffner and Melanie Joy of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at CU Anschutz, were awarded a CCTSI pilot grant for promising CSU investigators and CU-CSU collaborations for “Medical Device for Kidney Disease Indication: from Canines to Humans.”
The work is being led by Colorado State University’s Orthopaedic Research Center veterinarians, Drs Wayne McIlwraith, Frances Peat, and Chris Kawcak; and Dr Jeff Berk, from Lexington.
We found several cities with model ordinances that safeguarded avian and human health. Fort Collins, home to Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, requires annual permitting fees that are collected by the nonprofit Larimer Humane Society.
Dr. Steven Dow, professor of immunology and director of the Center for Immune and Regenerative Medicine at CSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, will present the Collegiate Peaks Forum Series Lecture “Stem Cell Therapy Today: Separating Reality from Hype” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 12, at the Buena Vista Community Center.
VIDEO: Dr. Jennifer Schissler hosted a Facebook Live session on veterinary dermatology and pets.
Dr. William V. Lumb passed away on Saturday, February 3. He graduated from Kansas State University in Veterinary Medicine in 1943. In 1963, Bill was made director of the surgical laboratory, a new facility on CSU’s Foothills Campus, where he developed a graduate teaching and research program in surgery and anesthesiology.