From county fairs to schools, CVMBS alum Sarah Haynes walks visitors to Sci on the Fly along a table covered in fascinating biology samples sure to spark the interest of even the most shy passersby: antlers, animal skulls – one with its brain still intact! – a set of lungs, snake skin, bisected hooves, and more.
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A new study is underway to understand the response to three different medications in the treatment of canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome in aging dogs, with the long-term hope of advancing Alzheimer’s Disease treatments in humans.
Seidel was known internationally as an expert on reproductive physiology whose applied research transformed animal agriculture. At CSU, where Seidel spent his 50-year career, he was also known as a brilliant, kind and hard-working colleague and a generous mentor.
When Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed an executive order allowing various health care professionals to give COVID-19 vaccines to people, veterinarians at CSU answered the call.
He turned his passion into business as owner of the Gilded Goat Brewing Company, and now as an instructor in CSU’s Fermentation Science and Technology Program.
The Western Campus in Orchard Mesa houses CSU Extension’s Western Regional Office and a 7,717-square-foot state-of-the-art veterinary diagnostic laboratory.
With hot summer months upon us, many of us are eager to take our four-legged buddies with us while we are out and about. Here’s how to keep them safe.