Colorado State University professors and principal investigators, Dr. Stephanie McGrath and Dr. Felix Duerr, are leading a survey of pet owners to help researchers and veterinarians understand consumer attitudes toward the use of CBD/cannabis products in veterinary patients.
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Colorado State University received a $2 million grant to continue its interdisciplinary research in preventing future pandemics and improving pandemic responses.
Colorado State University welcomed its inaugural group of first-year medical students from the University of Colorado School of Medicine to Fort Collins on Wednesday.
Dr. Nichols’ public service career started after her graduation from the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in 2008, when she joined the uniformed services as a lieutenant in the United States Public Health Service with the CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service.
Without question, Wayne McIlwraith proved a forerunner in the field of equine orthopedics, influencing how skeletal problems are treated in high-performance horses.
Long-term care operators can compute the risk for COVID-19 infections in their facility with a new online simulation tool. They simply plug a proposed testing schedule and other facility information into the simulator and receive information to make the most informed decisions.
“Being able to build all of those things into the model simultaneously is extremely powerful,” said Nicole Ehrhart, V.M.D., a professor and director of Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging at CSU.
Meythaler-Mullins got involved with the project two years ago, when she was approached by Reynolds and Dr. Danielle Frey, director of international student experiences for Colorado State University’s doctoral program in veterinary medicine. A veterinary position had opened up as part of the new grant-funded Hub Outpost Project.
Blue and Tuco, Blue’s grandson, frequently travel for medical care and water therapy at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins, where Blue is a popular patient known for his gentle nature and his drive to keep going.
“This is a true public health concern,” Dr. Camille Torres, veterinarian and head of the small animal nutrition service at Colorado State University, says. “It comes up every once in a while as though it’s a new topic, but we’ve known about this for years.”
People who live close to fires are more likely to be prepared and take precautions, while those who live farther away unwittingly remain exposed, according to a recent study by Colorado State University epidemiologist Sheryl Magzamen and Jeff Pierce, an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University.