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  • Greta Krafsur, alaska, sled dogs
    ​Dr. Greta Krafsur, a CSU veterinary grad, loves Arctic adventures. She had a great one serving as a veterinarian during the Yukon Quest 1,000-Mile International Sled Dog Race. Dr. Krafsur monitored sled dogs during the endurance race to ensure that all the huskies remained healthy.
  • Fukushima effects of radiation
    Our college and Fukushima University are together hiring a world-renowned radioecology expert to help study the environmental effects of radioactive releases after a nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in spring 2011.
  • csu veterinary school
    ​The new rankings are in, and our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program again is No. 3 in the nation! Our veterinary school has held a spot among the top three programs in the country for more than two decades, according to U.S. News & World Report. Thanks to students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, collaborators and other friends your support!
  • John and Leslie Malone donate 42.5 million
    The philanthropists have donated $42.5 million to the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences – the largest cash gift in the history of Colorado State University – for research that benefits human and animal health! The gift will launch an institute that develops stem-cell therapies and other regenerative treatments for animals, with discoveries that may be applied to new treatments for people. Read more about this incredible generosity.
  • new foals at csu equine reproduction laboratory
    ​The new foals are here! Welcoming about 40 newborns at our CSU Equine Reproduction Laboratory are students in the Foaling Management class held each spring. As this photo essay shows, equine science and veterinary students keep watch through the night, helping veterinarians with foaling and exams.
  • Georg Steinhauser
    ​New research, co-authored by a CSU radiochemist, finds that radiation levels spiked in a wide variety of Fukushima foods after the nuclear accident there in 2011, then quickly fell to safe levels as defined by regulators. Researchers analyzed a vast amount of data from Japanese food samples.
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