November 7, 2018
Winter 2018 The Oath Magazine
For this special edition of The Oath, we're celebrating everything equine. As North Carolina's impactful horse industry continues to grow and diversify, the CVM remains committed to innovative therapies and state-of-the-art medical care that is practiced here each and every day.
October 25, 2018
A Calculated Risk: Researchers Calculate Priority Index for Leptospirosis Risk in Brazil
Leptospirosis is a tropical, bacterial disease prevalent in South America. Last year an estimated one million illnesses and 58,900 deaths were caused by the disease worldwide...
October 24, 2018
October 2018 Research Roundup
A look at some of the newest published studies coming out of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine.
October 23, 2018
From the CVM, a Groundbreaking New Medical Education Journal
Education in the Health Professions, launched Oct. 1 and available for free at ehpjournal.com, is a peer-reviewed compendium of multi-disciplinary health education research spanning the spectrum of medicine and health. The first-ever medical education journal originating from a veterinary school...
October 23, 2018
Salmonella Loves Hydrogen Peroxide – And Helps Your Body Make More of it
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that it sickens one in six Americans each year, with illnesses ranging from mild to fatal. Now, new research from NC State describes just how Salmonella does what it does.
October 22, 2018
Grants Awarded to GI Research Projects at the CVM
Three NC State College of Veterinary Medicine researchers were awarded grants for digestive disease pilot studies at this month’s Center for Gastrointestinal Biology and Disease Research Day.
October 15, 2018
Study Finds Improved Readability Needed in Veterinary Information for Public
The study advocates for increased awareness of readability in veterinary communication, especially in a time when animal owners are spending more on veterinary care, food and medications than in the past.
October 13, 2018
In Search of New and Better Cancer Treatments
Can researching cancer treatment in dogs and cats have long-term impact on human cancer treatment? The answer is yes, and the proof is in the work done by Michael Nolan, associate professor, radiation oncology and biology, and others at NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Nolan is leading research in two separate areas. The first involves clinical
October 10, 2018
Groundbreaking Genetic Expression Research Receives Funding
The project aims to create genetically encoded tools to describe, control and track when and how strongly genes are expressed by epigenomes in living cells.