During home football games, parking at the veterinary hospital is reserved for clients.
The CSU Alumni Association will honor some of its brightest stars at the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner.
"What we learned can help us understand which mutations in BARD1 are associated with an elevated cancer risk." -Claudia Wiese
"Most dogs and cats handle treatments for cancer really well with a very low chance of severe side effects." -Dr. Barbara Biller
“To me, it’s one medicine. It always has been. One medicine. One cancer. One cure.” -Dr. Stephen Withrow
“Prions are distorted versions of normal proteins found in human and animal brain and other tissues,” explains Colorado State University’s Prion Research Center.
Dr. Nicholas Booth, former dean and alumnus of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, is the 2017 Distinguished Alumnus for the college.
CSU generated $338.4 million in research expenditures in Fiscal Year 2017, a boost of nearly 2 percent.