Zoetis Inc. researchers plan to develop immunotherapies for livestock in a 3,000-square-foot laboratory at Colorado State University’s biological science research complex.
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Speakers expressed their thanks for the collaboration which resulted in the creation of this multi-purpose center, which serves as a veterinary and crop laboratory, an extension service and an experimental station.
“This is the first trial ever conducted with the intent of trying to prevent a bunch of different kinds of cancer simultaneously,” said Dr. Douglas Thamm, director of clinical research at the Flint Animal Cancer at CSU’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Dr. G. Marvin Beeman has been a leader of veterinary medicine for more than six decades. He will be honored Oct. 3 by the CSU Alumni Association.
Over 10 years, CSU alumna Rebecca Skloot researched and wrote “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” which investigates the personal stories, family history, and scientific implications surrounding HeLa cells.
The Rocky Ford Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory provides a wide variety of testing services locally and handling of samples for all testing available through the CSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory system.
George Seidel, an emeritus University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University, has spent his career at the forefront of bovine reproduction research.
The AVMA presented the AVMA Meritorious Service Award in August to Dr. Mark Cox (Colorado State ’72), a practitioner who has been involved in organized veterinary medicine throughout his career.
Dr. Chris Clement shares his volunteer experiences in Alaska’s Community Outreach and Public Health Veterinary Outpost Program.
VIDEO: Scott Carver, a former postdoc in Dr. Sue VandeWoude’s lab, now a faculty member at the University of Tasmania, won an Ig Nobel prize for studying how, and why, wombats make cube-shaped poo.