Radiation Therapy Team
Dr. Susan LaRue
Dr. Susan LaRue is originally from Maryland and received her undergraduate education at the University of Maryland. She received her DVM from the University of Georgia, where she also did her internship. She came to Colorado State University in 1983 for a residency in small animal surgery, and subsequently became a Diplomate in the College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS).
Being trained as a Radiation Therapist for the Linear Accelerator has been a challenging and exciting new aspect of my career. My compassion and experience make working with cancer patients very rewarding and I feel I am helping to make their lives better too.
Chana is a Veterinary Radiation Oncology technician in the Department of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences. Since 1998, Chana has been the primary anesthetist for the patients that receive radiation at CSU.
Anne is the Veterinary Radiation Oncology Client Coordinator. In an effort to provide timely care for clients and patients, she facilitates the scheduling of initial appointments for out-of-town clients.
Dr. Lynn Griffin
Dr. Lynn Griffin was born close to Toronto, Canada and graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College with her DVM in 1997. After graduation she worked in a variety of practices including mixed animal, small animal only, and emergency clinics. After 13 years of clinical experience, she became interested in expanding her knowledge base and started to investigate where veterinary medicine was headed.
Dr. Hiroto Yoshikawa
Dr. Hiroto Yoshikawa is originally from Kyoto, Japan. He graduated from Gifu University in 2004 with a degree in veterinary medicine. He spent three years in a private practice gaining additional experiences in an overnight emergency clinic and an MRI diagnostic center for animals.