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Message from the Dean

The mission of the CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is to improve the health of animals, people, and the planet through innovative and dedicated teaching, research, outreach, ​and clinical service. Through our actions, we empower the next generation of leaders to change the world.

Founded in 1907, and home to the highly ranked Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program, the college also educates undergraduates in biomedical sciences, environmental health and radiological sciences, microbiology, immunology and pathology, and neuroscience.

One of Colorado State’s most productive research units, the college’s research expenditure in 2017 was $44 million, driving discoveries in human and animal health.

The James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital treats more than 40,000 patients a year, and is home to the Flint Animal Cancer Center, and 79 faculty veterinarians representing 28 board-certified specialties. Veterinary students spend the third and fourth years of their doctoral program on clinical rotations in the hospital.

Scheduled to open in late fall 2018, the C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute will draw on established areas of CSU research expertise in orthopaedics, biomedical engineering, immunology, infectious disease, surgical advances, and other medical fields. The institute will bring together educators and innovators from academia, industry, public agencies, and other entities to pursue development of promising medical technologies. Its state-of-the-art equipment, research space, clinical resources, and conference areas are designed to support this collaboration among animal and human medical specialists.​

I invite you to explore all that the College has to offer.

Best,

Mark Stetter, D.V.M.
Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

​College Office Leadership

Dr. Mark Stetter

Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Office Location: Anatomy W102
Email: cvmbs_dean@colostate.e​du​
Office Phone: (970) 491-7051​

Sandra Quackenbush

Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
Office Location: 315 Pathology
Email: sandra.quackenbush@colostate.edu
Office Phone: (970) 491-1406

Melinda Frye

Associate Dean for Veterinary Academic and Student Affairs
Office Location: Anatomy W102
Email: melinda.frye@colostate.edu 
Office Phone: (970) 491-2009

Sue VandeWoude

Associate Dean for Research
Office Location: Anatomy W102
Email: sue.vandewoude@colostate.edu
Office Phone: (970) 491-7162

Thom Hadley

Executive Director
Office Location: Anatomy W102
Email: thomas.hadley@colostate.edu
Office Phone: (970) 491-5618

Jon Stocking

​Senior Director of Operations
Office Location: Anatomy W102
Email: jon.stocking@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6481

​Other Members of the Dean's Executive Council:

  • Dr. Colin Clay, Head, Department of Biomedical Sciences
  • Dr. Wayne Jensen, Head, Department of Clinical Sciences
  • Dr. Jac Nickoloff, Head, Department of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences
  • Dr. Gregg Dean, Head, Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology
  • Dr. Kristy Pabilonia, Interim Director, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories
  • Dr. Tim Hackett, Interim Associate Dean, Veterinary Health System
  • Chris Haase, Executive Assistant to the Dean (ex-officio)
  • Megan Price, Executive Director of Advancement (ex-officio)
  • Kris Browning-Blas, Director of Communications (ex-officio)
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Contact Us:
Mailing Address:
1601 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1601


Physical Address:
W102 Anatomy Building

Phone:

CVMBS Main Line: (970) 491-7051
Veterinary Teaching Hospital: (970) 297-5000

Fax:

CVMBS Main: (970) 491-2250
Veterinary Teaching Hospital Fax: (970) 297-1205