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  • RamChat, DVM admissions, veterinary medicine
    Do you have questions about our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program, but missed our online Q&A session? You can watch the entire #RamChat session now! ​
  • vesicular stomatitis
    As confirmed cases of highly infectious VSV emerge among Colorado horses, the CSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories now provides fast testing for the disease. Our veterinarians urge fly control to prevent infection.​
  • newborn bison
    ​A bison calf born at CSU in early June will find his home on the range with the Laramie Foothills Bison Conservation Herd. CSU is contributing assisted reproductive technologies to the project that will restore purebred and disease-free bison to northern Colorado open space this fall.​
  • asthma study
    ​Environmental health researcher Sheryl Magzamen will explore how pesticides and traffic pollution affect children with asthma, with help from a grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health.​
  • skunk, rabies, pet health
    Rabies is rising in Colorado, and skunks are contributing to the spike in confirmed cases of this fatal infectious disease. Our Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories are testing for the disease, and our veterinarians provide advice for preventing rabies infection in dogs, cats, horses and livestock.​​
  • Kjell Lindgren, NASA, Susan Bailey
    ​Astronaut Scott Kelly is high above Earth in the International Space Station, but some of his cells are here at Colorado State. Our scientists are analyzing the first samples from Kelly to help identify the health risks of extended space travel.
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