Dr. Michael Lappin recently won the 2015 World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s International Award for Scientific Achievement for significant contributions to knowledge about infectious diseases in pets.
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Bison will soon return to graze on the shortgrass prairie, and CSU scientists are studying their effects on the ecosystem.
Dr. Nicole Ehrhart, a veterinarian dedicated to saving the limbs and lives of people and pets, is the first woman appointed to an endowed University Chair.
A sweet beagle with a hole in her heart survived to celebrate her first birthday, thanks to a team of CSU veterinarians.
Faculty, students and clients share their stories and tips for happily ever-after animal nuptials.
The first bison calf of 2015 was born Friday at CSU as part of a high-tech breeding project to stop disease and conserve an icon.
Medical, nursing and veterinary schools nationwide are training with lifelike artificial skin developed by CSU surgeons.
CSU’s Feed the Future Innovation Lab raised funds and delivered supplies to villages devastated by the April 25 earthquake in Nepal.
The Foaling Management Class at CSU teaches students about newborn care, and provides a peace of mind for horse owners.