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For this cat doctor, research requires patience, passion and a paws-on approach

Quimby will be honored with CSU’s 2017 Zoetis Research Excellence Award at noon Saturday.

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Tackling a global health issue: CSU’s Jennifer Peel leads international cookstove research project

Jennifer Peel is leading a groundbreaking study aimed at learning more about the benefits of an alternative cookstove in developing countries.

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You’re in for a wait on the National Western animal well-being team

Veterinary students were watchdogs this week for show ethics and food safety, collecting urine samples from market animals for drug testing at the National Western Stock Show.

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Dam right: CSU Online Stallion Auction offers top matches for broodmares

The 18th Annual CSU Online Stallion Auction offers breedings with 49 stallions, including some of the country’s top American Quarter Horse sires.

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CSU veterinarians help bring groundbreaking cancer drug to market

Through its clinical trials for animal patients, Colorado State University helped prove the usefulness of the first drug approved by the FDA for treatment of canine lymphoma.

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Media tip sheet: CSU experts available to discuss Veterinary Feed Directive

The Veterinary Feed Directive, new federal rules that will regulate how antibiotics can be administered to animals in feed and drinking water, goes into effect Jan. 1. 2017. Among the provisions, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will require veterinary oversight whenever

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International internship opens a world of possibilities for toxicology grad student

CSU graduate student Tim Mowry will embark on an educational adventure in January, as an intern for a corporate research center outside of Tokyo.

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Microbiology grad nerded out, studied abroad, got inspired about medicine

Ashley Cotter knew microbiology was the right fit when she “nerded out” on bacteria and viruses – and used her Spanish skills at a medical clinic while studying abroad. Now she’s on a path to pediatrics.

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Semper fidelis: Former Marine takes biomedical sciences by storm

At CSU, former Marine Josh Hayes found a welcoming community for student veterans and the chance to hone his skills as a physiology teaching assistant. He’s a standout graduate in biomedical sciences.

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First in neuroscience: Aspiring researcher is program’s frontal graduate

You might call Dakota Coloroso a frontal graduate: She’s the first CSU student to earn a bachelor’s degree in our fledgling neuroscience program. She gained experience studying Alzheimer’s disease.

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