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  • cricket
    An irrepressible shepherd named Cricket Hope underwent rare brain surgery and has rebounded with help from a team of CSU neurologists, oncologists and physical therapists. Her veterinarian used a tool designed for human brain surgery.
  • summer time, frisco, pet health
    Summer sun and fireworks – sounds great for people, not so great for pets. In this Pet Health column, CSU veterinarians identify summertime hazards for companion animals, offering tips for dealing with noise anxiety and avoiding heat-related illness.
  • student profiles
    Undergraduates in biomedical sciences, environmental health, microbiology and neuroscience are spending the summer studying abroad, conducting research and completing internships that provide them with new experiences, insights and motivation.​
  • lambing
    Each spring, seniors in Colorado State’s DVM Program care for ewes and newborn lambs on a historic sheep ranch north of Cheyenne. Veterinary students deal with life and death, never knowing what the “lambulance” might deliver to the barn.
  • bison calf
    Just as the American bison officially became our national mammal, two bison calves were born to a conservation herd on public grasslands near Fort Collins. CSU is providing assisted reproductive technologies for the bison project.
  • rushika perera
    ​Her colleagues know Rushika Perera for mosquito research aimed at halting viruses inside their buzzing vectors. She’s also a competitive ballroom dancer – proving that winning both in the lab and on the floor takes fancy footwork.
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