Rebecca A. Packer, MS, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology/Neurosurgery)

Dr. Packer is an associate professor of neurology/neurosurgery at Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in Fort Collins, and is board certified in neurology by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. She is active in clinical and didactic training of veterinary students and residents and has developed a comparative neuro-oncology research program at Colorado State University.


Silencing your inner critic

Here’s everything you need to know about imposter syndrome in veterinary medicine, plus strategies to help you banish it for good.

Dermpath pearls: Getting the most out of your biopsy submissions

Pathology is a collaborative process between clinicians and pathologists. Use these tips to increase the likelihood of ascertaining a definitive diagnosis for your patients with skin concerns.

ICU bootcamp

Discover the strategies you need to develop standard protocols and best practices in critical care units, as well as important tools to maintain mental health while working in such a stressful and demanding environment.

Pediatric and geriatric anesthesia considerations

Old and young patients have unique needs when it comes to anesthesia. Understanding the pharmacodynamics of sedative, analgesic, and induction agents will improve safety and stability for all your anesthesia patients, regardless of age.