Tag "College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences"

Wobbly kittens: Another reason to vaccinate

A vet student rescued two kittens from euthanasia and reminds people to vaccinate their pets – a critical step that would have prevented a brain disorder in the two kittens.

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Researcher conceives new cow pregnancy test

Thomas "Tod" Hansen recently won the Animal Physiology and Endocrinology Award from the American Society of Animal Science. As a young man working on his family ranch, Colorado State University reproductive scientist Thomas “Tod” Hansen checked cattle for pregnancy using conventional rectal Read More

Veterinary communication has breakout year

Program teaches veterinary students and practitioners essential communications skills.

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CSU plan presents new hope for U.S. cancer patients

Colorado cancer experts launch plan with Japan to build the first U.S. carbon-ion radiotherapy center

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Student-body leaders are science scholars giving back

A pact made between two friends three years ago has come full circle as the biomedical sciences students represent campus as the ASCSU president and vice-president.

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Ear ye, ear ye, otitis is common in dogs

CSU veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Schissler Pendergraft provides signs to look for if you think your dog has ear inflammation.

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Veterinary dean rallies scholarship support in #VetBet

Deans from the nation’s top two veterinary programs both hope to be No. 1 in Saturday’s football game – and in generating scholarship donations.

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Vet program takes on student career, financial challenges

Colorado State University’s highly ranked veterinary school is tackling two of the top challenges its students face: finding employment in a changing job market and managing finances.

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Researchers examine disease in mountain lions

A Colorado State University research team is examining how illnesses are transmitted in mountain lion populations in an effort to manage future outbreaks of diseases, such as feline leukemia virus, that could threaten the species. Susan VandeWoude, a research veterinarian Read More

Pet Health: Watch for pet poisons around your home, and form a plan for emergency response

Accidental poisoning is among the most common problems seen in emergency veterinary medicine. Learn what you can and can’t feed your pet.

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