Programs For Your Graduate Career
Animal Science Information
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Address: 350 W. Pitkin St. | Colorado State University | Fort Collins, CO 80523-1171
Equine Science Information
Through the ERL, graduate students can receive a master’s, doctorate, or post-doctoral degree in Animal Sciences or Biomedical Sciences. A prospective graduate candidate’s area of research or interest will influence their choice of a preferred faculty advisor. The area of research interest and the faculty advisor will influence the choice of a degree in Biomedical Sciences or Animal Sciences. The admissions committee will not accept a student without the support of a faculty advisor who has available resources including lab space and funding. Accepted students receive tuition and financial support from a variety of sources and have the opportunity to conduct original research with highly qualified faculty in world-class research facilities. The coordinators and faculty lists at the right should assist in a student’s efforts to gain the support he/she requires. ERL graduate students are important collaborators in reproduction research at the ERL. Notable “firsts” that have resulted from our research include: Techniques for recovery and transfer of equine embryos; Shipping of cooled embryos; Freezing embryos; Identical twins; Test tube horse; Gamete intrafallopian tube transfers; First pregnancy from insemination of a mare with sexed semen. For more information: View ERL Graduate Programs.
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