Kurt Selberg  MS DVM MS DACVR  (partner)

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Kurt Selberg is a North Idaho native; where his family owned a quarter horse ranch.   After completing his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Washington State University, he completed an equine sports medicine internship at Virginia Equine Imaging in Middleburg, VA. He received his training in diagnostic imaging from Colorado State University and is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiologists.  Following his residency he completed fellowship in advanced imaging with training from Colorado State University and from Musculoskeletal Radiologists in Fort Collins, CO.  He was an Assistant Professor of equine diagnostic imaging at the University of Georgia for 4 years before returning to an equine diagnostic imaging position at Colorado State University in September of 2016.  His area of interest is the equine athlete and musculoskeletal diagnostic imaging.  Dr. Selberg is a certified member and lecturer at many of the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology continuing education events.  He is also an FEI treating veterinarian.   Aside from radiology, he also enjoys skiing , jiu jitsu, fishing, spending time with good friends and family, his lovely wife Katie, our little girl Beckett, a yellow dog and soon the next addition, a little boy.  

Selected Article:

FRACTURES OF THE DISTAL PHALANX AND ASSOCIATED SOFT TISSUE AND OSSEOUS ABNORMALITIES IN 22 HORSES WITH OSSIFIED SCLEROTIC UNGUAL CARTILAGES DIAGNOSED WITH MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

VETERINARY RADIOLOGY & ULTRASOUND Volume 52, Issue 4, July/August 2011, Pages: 394–401,

Kurt Selberg & Natasha Werpy

Article first published online : 20 MAY 2011 

Myra Barrett DVM MS DACVR (partner)

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Dr. Barrett earned her DVM from Colorado State University.  After graduating, she completed a year long internship at Oakridge Equine Hospital, in Edmond, Oklahoma.  Dr. Barrett underwent a non-conforming radiology residency in order to particularly focus on equine diagnostic imaging.  The residency was based at Colorado State but included training with multiple equine imaging experts in the US and internationally.  At the same time, Dr. Barrett obtained a master's degree through the Orthopaedic Research Center at CSU.  After achieving diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Radiology, she stayed on at CSU as a special appointment faculty and later accepted a position as a tenure-track assistant professor of radiology. Dr. Barrett is the head of the equine diagnostic imaging service at CSU, which includes all modalities of clinical diagnostic imaging of horses, as well as training of diagnostic imaging residents, equine diagnostic imaging interns and fellows and equine sports medicine residents. Dr. Barrett is also involved with canine sports medicine service to offer musculoskeletal ultrasound and MRI examinations of canine sports medicine patients. Dr. Barrett's primary research and clinical interests are equine musculoskeletal imaging and comparative imaging, and she works closely with the equine surgery and sports medicine services.  In 2011, Dr. Barrett founded Inside Information Radiology, with her partner, Dr. Selberg and love the combination of private practice and academia.  She has spoken at multiple large national meetings and is regularly involved in continuing education courses, including courses that draw an international audience.  Dr. Barrett is dedicated to the advancement of the specialty of equine diagnostic imaging and is currently the president of the Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Society, a subgroup of the American College of Veterinary Radiology.  Outside of work, she enjoys biking, skiing, riding horses, and spending time with daughters Siena and Sydney and husband Dave. 

Selected Article:

THE ARTHROSCOPIC AND ULTASONOGRAPHIC BOUNDARIES OF THE EQUINE FEMOROTIBIAL JOINTS

EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL

M. F. BARRETT, D. D. FRISBIE, C. W. McILWRAITH and N. M. WERPY

Article first published online : 8 JUN 2011

Kate Wulster, VMD, DACVR  (associate)

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Dr. Wulster obtained her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012 after graduating from Tufts University with a degree in biochemistry. Following a rotating internship in equine medicine, surgery, and critical care at the New Bolton Center (Pennsylvania), Dr. Wulster completed a diagnostic imaging residency at Tufts University’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. She became board certified in diagnostic imaging  by the American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) in 2016. Dr. Wulster joined the faculty of New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania as an Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging in 2016. Dr. Wulster’s clinical work at New Bolton Center focuses on the use of advanced imaging systems, including CT, MRI, and a new robotics-controlled cone-beam CT imaging system for use in the standing horse. Dr. Wulster also has a clinical research interest in the veterinary applications of rapid prototyping (3D printing). When time permits, Dr. Wulster enjoys riding her Warmblood jumper, Catapult, and spending time with her fiancé, Zach and their Labrador.

Dave GallDVM MS DACVR

Dr. David Gall was born in a small town outside of Pittsburgh, PA. He originally enjoyed a career as a mental health therapist, working with children and families until deciding to go to veterinary school. In 2006, Dr. Gall graduated from the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. After graduating from veterinary school, he completed a one year rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver, CO. Afterwards, he returned to Colorado State University for a three year residency with advanced training in radiology, CT, MRI, ultrasound and nuclear medicine. Dr. Gall was admitted as a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology in September, 2010. He is an avid cyclist, proud parent and husband, and spends much of his free time enjoying his family or exploring the area on his road bike and mountain bike