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“Providing a communication pathway for veterinarians to interact with our country’s growing Spanish-speaking community will help create access to care for those families and their pets.” -Dr. Danielle Frey
Six teams of interdisciplinary undergraduate, graduate and professional students evaluated scenarios that represent One Health challenges with Fort Collins housing.
Veterinary students produced VetCAST, a podcast about how the environment influences animal health.
Ivar the dog was born with a hole in his heart and veterinary cardiologists were able to close it with the help of a 3D printer.
We will continue to work closely with Larimer Public Health Department and be guided by their recommendations to respond to any changes in our pandemic environment on a daily/weekly basis.
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.
Founded in 2018 by a group of CSU students, Lacuna gives veterinarians the option to send digital images of patient samples to a group of pathologists who can interpret them for signs of illness in minutes rather than the longer wait times required by sending the samples through the mail.
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.