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Dr. Ashley Cameron, a surgery resident, is the winner of the Boucher Award, which honors a house officer at New Bolton Center for excellent teaching. She graduated from CSU in 2016, and completed an internship at Equine Medical Center of Ocala, followed by a large animal clinical fellowship at Oregon State University.
Fortier earned a PhD in veterinary medicine from Cornell in 1998 and her DVM from Colorado State University in 1991, and is currently the James Law professor of surgery, director of equine programs and associate chair for research and graduate education at Cornell University.
Celebrate! Colorado State honors the teaching, research, and service contributions of faculty and staff. Six people from the college received awards this year.
Do you have a dog? Want to help scientists understand what happens as dogs and humans get older? The Dog Aging Project needs volunteers.
Sometimes, symptoms of a disease are obvious – think of the mass mortality events observed in crows infected with West Nile Virus (a mosquito-borne virus that can also cause febrile illness in humans), says Angela Bosco-Lauth, a virologist and veterinarian and at Colorado State University. Often, signs are much subtler – if they are there at all.
Dr. John Eisenach was inspired by a mentor to create the Colorado COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Project Consortium.
In rural Alaska, amid a pandemic that has reached even the smallest village, a team of veterinarians is connecting to people, bringing healthy solutions to remote regions, sharing knowledge among partners and clients, and building relationships that grow into friendships that last a lifetime.
Charlie Hoxmeier ('09, '14), owner of the Gilded Goat Brewing Company, is a part of CSU's Fermentation Science and Technology Program as an industry instructor.
For the students, it’s an opportunity to take a lead role in treating an animal and talking about treatment options with concerned owners, Dr. Janelle Scott, a CSU veterinary school faculty member, said.