More than 100 undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presented their investigations at CVMBS Research Day.
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High school students can meet CSU researchers, clinicians, and public-health officials who work on TB in humans and natural animal hosts, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday, March 25.
When his precious face and bucket list went viral on social media, a pair of Colorado veterinarians who saw the story said they could perform life-saving surgery on Logan.
Logan’s story got the attention of Dr. Brian Scansen at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, who said he might be able to perform surgery and repair the puppy’s heart.
Dr. Keith Stav and his wife Sharleen, both Helena natives, bought Bridger Veterinary Hospital over 20 years ago. Dr. Stav grew up around a variety of animals in Helena and worked for Bridger in high school. He completed his undergraduate degree in biology at Montana State University. He received his doctor of veterinary medicine at Colorado State University.
The AAEP Research Award was given to CSU equine surgeon and researcher Dr. C. Wayne McIlwraith for his contributions to equine research, specifically in the areas of orthopedics, joint disease, and biologic therapies. Equine veterinarian Dr. Richard ‘Chip’ Estes (Colorado State ’74) was recognized with the Distinguished Educator–Mentor Award.
A shortage of veterinarians in rural Colorado is a growing concern among farmers, ranchers, and the general public. Peak View Animal Hospital near Fowler is dedicated to filling that need through their state-of-the-art facility which provides a full range of services. (Dr. Rick Leone and Dr. Carol Ann Lipinski)
Chance struggled in his early recovery with Webber. His severe colic and ulcers required constant veterinary attention. As he improved, Webber, who is now a biomedical sciences student at Colorado State University, was obsessed with finding out where her horse came from.
Dr. Robert Callan, Colorado State University, says the best situation is colostrum from the calf’s own mother, if possible. If not, fresh or frozen colostrum from another cow is next best. Choose a mature cow that has had several calves; she’ll have higher quality colostrum than a first-calf heifer.