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  • sheryl magzamen, erhs
    Epidemiologist Sheryl Magzamen is studying how maternal exposure to pollutants impacts childhood health. She and collaborators landed a $1.2 million grant as part of an NIH project investigating environmental influences on childhood health.
  • DVM Program, student debt
    ​A letter to the editor published in the Fort Collins Coloradoan raised the issue of veterinary student debt. Our rebuttal provides facts and insights, urging readers to support students who train to improve animal and human health. ​​​
  • equine west nile virus
    Even as mosquito season winds down, confirmed cases of West Nile virus continue to rise. CSU veterinarians urge horse owners to protect against infection by reducing exposure to mosquitoes and vaccinating horses against the virus.
  • mini, jessica quimby, feline kidney disease
    Dr. Jessica Quimby is doggedly pursuing feline chronic kidney disease, a common and incurable ailment that strikes older pet cats. She studies use of stem cells and appetite stimulants to help cats with kidney disease feel better and live longer.​
  • bud adams
    We’re celebrating the legacy of a leader in the Arabian horse industry and generous supporter of CSU equine programs. His gifts established the Adams-Atkinson Arena and the Bud and Jo Adams Equine Reproduction Laboratory.
  • 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.​
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