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Department of Clinical Sciences Welcomes New Faculty
The Department of Clinical Sciences is welcoming five new faculty members. We’d like to welcome each of these individuals to the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University and the Fort Collins community and wish them the best of luck in all their endeavors.
Dr. Gabriele Annette Landolt
Dr. Landolt comes to Colorado State University from the University of Wisconsin where she was a research assistant and PhD student in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences. Prior to that, she was a resident in Large Animal Internal Medicine. Dr. Landolt also has served as a staff veterinarian in the Department of Veterinary Theriogenology and Neonatology and in the Department of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Large Animal Clinic, at the University of Zurich.
Dr. Landolt, now an Assistant Professor in the Department, is a member of the Gesellschaft Schweizer Tieraerzte (Swiss Veterinary Medical Association), American College of Internal Medicine, and the American Society for Virology.
Dr. Roger W. Ellis
Prior to joining the University of Nebraska, Dr. Ellis worked for the Roberts Cattle Company, Nebraska, as a staff veterinarian and managed the feed ration program, and Paulsen Farms Feedlot in feedlot production and health management. He was in private from 1979 until 2001 and over the years also has had private ventures in beef cow-calf production and sheep flock ownership. Dr. Ellis received his bachelor’s degree and DVM (1979) from Colorado State University. He received his master’s degree from the University of Nebraska in 2004.
Dr. Ellis is a member of the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association, Academy of Veterinary Consultant, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, American Society of Animal Science, Nebraska Cattlemen’s Association and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.
Dr. Kevin K. Haussler
Prior to joining Colorado State University, Dr. Haussler was working at Cornell University as a lecturer (1999-2005). He also worked as an instructor at Cornell while conducting his postdoctoral research evaluating the biomechanics of the lumbosacral spine and paraspinal musculature in performance horses. He has worked as a relief veterinarian in numerous veterinary practices in California and completed a Small Animal Internship at the Sacramento Animal Medical Group, Inc.
Dr. Haussler is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association Equine Practitioners, International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, and Phi Zeta, the National Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine. He has authored numerous book chapters as well as written for many scientific journals and general interest media.
Dr. Lutz Steffen Goehring
Dr. Goehring completed his DVM in 1993 at Utrecht University. He worked in private practice in Nürnberg, Germany, from 1993 until 1995. He then relocated to the United States where he attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Va. He received his Master of Science degree in Veterinary Medical Sciences focusing his research on infection in immune privileged sites with a special emphasis on equine protozoal myeloencephalitis. Dr. Goehring is a Diplomate of the ACVIM and certified as a Specialist in Equine Internal medicine with the Royal Dutch Veterinary Association.
Dr. Goehring is a member of the Royal Dutch Veterinary Medicine Association, American College of Veterinary internal Medicine, British Equine Veterinary Association, and the Dutch Equine Infectious Diseases Group.
Dr. Bruce A. Connally
He served as an instructor at Michigan State then as an instructor at the Lansing Community College in Michigan. In 1997, he joined the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, as a Veterinary Medical Officer. In 1999, he returned to private practice working in a mobile veterinary practice with an emphasis on equine lameness, reproduction and preventive medicine.
Dr. Connally is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Equine Practitioners, American Quarter Horse Association, Wyoming Veterinary medical Association and the Veterinary Wound Management Society. He has received numerous honors including the Excellence in Teaching Award from Michigan State University.