Faculty and Staff
November 24, 2019
News and Updates, November 2019
Pathology residents Amy DiDomenico, Elizabeth Alloway and Megan Schreeg receive Young Investigator Awards from the American Society of Veterinary Clinical Pathology and the American College of Veterinary Pathologists. http://ow.ly/TbLB50xeOLl Ophthalmology resident Annie Oh receives the Best Clinical Manuscript Award at the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists Conference. http://ow.ly/clnJ50xfmoK Ke Cheng named the Randall B. Terry
November 20, 2019
Team Players: Study Reveals CVM Communication Training Impact
Now a new CVM study shows the positive impact team training has on veterinarians-in-training.
November 12, 2019
Wild Things: 30 Years of Zoological Medicine at the CVM
30 years ago, the CVM changed the way zoological medicine was practiced and taught. Today, it remains an unmatched force in the field.
November 11, 2019
Filling in the Puzzle of Rhino Survival
Groundbreaking anatomical research on the rhinoceros from CVM faculty and students is contributing to the survival of the critically threatened species.
November 5, 2019
Dogs May Hold Key to Fighting Human Bladder Cancer
A pioneering bladder cancer study launching at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine will compare the origins and characteristics of the disease in dogs and humans, a promising approach to developing earlier diagnosis and improved therapies for both species. The two-year project, which recently received funding from the V Foundation for Cancer Research, will
November 5, 2019
New to the CVM Family: Meet James Robertson
Robertson will assist CVM researchers and apply statistical methods to a wide range of biomedical research projects...
October 30, 2019
News and Updates, October 2019
Five CVM students working toward a certificate in global health share the results of their 10-week studies in Africa. ow.ly/9CxA50wNETA The Class of 2023’s Chandler and Chelsea Drumgoole, the first twins to enroll in the same CVM class, come to the college with a shared dedication to veterinary medicine and unending sibling support. ow.ly/rsm750wKW1M The
October 28, 2019
Fear Factor: Study to Explore What Drives Differences Between Men and Women
The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Elizabeth Lucas has received a young scientist grant for a pioneering study on the science behind why women experience far more fear-based psychiatric conditions than men. Lucas, an assistant professor of neurology in the Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences, is one of 200 international researchers receiving a 2019
October 10, 2019
A Breakthrough in Understanding Canine Itch
A new study from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is the first to pinpoint the intricate pathway mechanisms of itch in dogs, information vital to developing targeted treatments for common and chronic canine skin disorders. The research describes the expression of itch-signaling somatostatin and other major itch-associated neuropeptides and receptors in canine neurons.
October 10, 2019
Study Unlocking Mysteries of Cell Division Receives NIH Funding
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $1.5 million grant to NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Caroline Laplante for a study into the complex inner workings of cell division, the fundamental foundation of life. The study investigates the core machinery of cytokinesis, when a single cell separates into two, a process central to