Heather Hall, a biomedical sciences graduate and education coordinator at Colorado State University, is living the dream as the proud owner of two corgis: five-year-old rescue border collie mix (borgi) Obi and Cooper, who turns three this November.
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“This is the first time veterinary scientists, along with leaders of major global health and agriculture agencies have come together to call for a coordinated international response to Zoonotic TB,” said Colorado State University’s Dr. Francisco Olea-Popelka, lead author of the Lancet report.
In early 2017, Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Department of Biomedical Sciences created its own VR app to visualize and manipulate magnified models of the human brain and nervous system in all dimensions.
Fortunately, rabies is preventable with vaccination and well-controlled in most areas of the United States, says Ragan Adams, DVM, a coordinator with the Colorado State University Veterinary Extension.
“Our question is, does CBD help with this problem and is there an improvement in the outcome measures that we use?” – Dr. Felix Duerr
“Dogs have a positive impact on depression and anxiety. When someone loses a spouse or partner, for example, having a dog provides a reason to get up and be social. For many older people, “it’s the only relationship they have.” -Lori Kogan
Dr. Tim Holt, a veterinarian at Colorado State University, said cow size is increasing faster than visceral organ mass, which is contributing to brisket disease in cattle living at higher elevations.
Jessie Haugen Frenkel and Alexandra Todd are hoping to make science fashionable. They want to empower women, promote disease prevention and support research.
The trial will study cannabidiol in treating drug-resistant epilepsy in dogs “With the changing public perception of cannabis, it is time that we put science behind the stories and claims.” -Dr. Stephanie McGrath
“Stifle injuries account for a substantial number of injuries in sport horses.” -Dr. Dave Frisbie. He estimates that approximately 40 percent of sport horse injuries can be associated with the stifle.