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Mitsu accepts an award.

Jun 14, 2024

CVM’s Mitsu Suyemoto receives 2024 Award for Excellence

NC State honored the 12 universitywide winners of the Award for Excellence at a June 4 ceremony. Among them was Mitsu Suyemoto, a research specialist in the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology. 

A graphic featuring five photos in colorful circular frames overlaid on a rainbow background. The photos are two women smiling with tie-dyed shirts, two dogs wearing tie-dyed bandanas, a Pride flag on a display board for the Pride Student Veterinary Medical Community, and three people tie-dyeing at one of the club's events.

Jun 14, 2024

Lifting Up LGBTQ+ Identities: A Q&A with the President-Elect of NC State’s Pride Student Veterinary Medical Community

The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Pride Student VMC provides a space for all students to connect and raise awareness of LGBTQ+ representation within the veterinary profession. 

A male veterinary student smiles at two of his mentors, who are looking at slides in a pathology lab.

Jun 12, 2024

Equine Colic, Coastal Microplastics and So Much More: Summer Research Program Sees Record Participation and New Projects

The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Scholars Program offers DVM students with little lab experience a paid opportunity to pursue their research interests under faculty mentorship. 

Jun 7, 2024

Bartonella DNA Found in Blood of Patients With Psychosis

Patients diagnosed with schizophrenia or another psychotic disorder are three times more likely to have Bartonella DNA in their blood than adults without these disorders. 

baby hold mother's thumb

Jun 6, 2024

Study Sheds Light on Bacteria Associated With Pre-Term Birth

New findings add to the emerging picture of Gardnerella’s effect on human health. 

Hannah Dion

Jun 6, 2024

From an NC State Ruminant Research Project, Hannah Dion Reports

Because  internal parasitism is leading to a large number of anemic goats in the southeastern United States, hospitals throughout the area are performing blood transfusions frequently to treat the issue. Clinicians can either give fresh goat blood as a transfusion or store it as refrigerated whole blood or packed red blood cells. Storing blood is… 

Chase Carey in Kentucky

Jun 4, 2024

From the Wilds of Kentucky, Chase Carey Reports

Students at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine have access to all kinds of internships, externships and research experiences during their four years of school. This summer, several students are sharing some of what they’re doing and learning in real time. 

A person with a Donkey.

May 30, 2024

From a Texas Equine Hospital, Caitlyn Coleman Reports

May 30, 2024 My week at Brazos Valley Equine Hospital in Navasota, Texas, was fantastic. This hospital is just one of multiple Brazos Valley locations, with others in Salado, Cypress, Waco, Texas, and Cave Creek, Arizona. In total, there are 10 veterinarians and three intern veterinarians.  While there, I saw a wide variety of cases… 

Two smiling veterinarians wearing white doctor's coats stand beside two clients in a garden outside a veterinary hospital.

May 29, 2024

For Giving Her All for Olive, Small Animal Surgery Resident Awarded Coat of Excellence

Dr. Sarah Saylor provided advice and comfort to an Apex family grappling with their pit bull’s mesothelioma diagnosis, sparking a heartfelt contribution that will aid other pets at the NC State Veterinary Hospital. 

A woman with shoulder-length light brown hair smiles at the camera in the Veterinary Hospital's intensive care unit.

May 22, 2024

House Officer Highlight: Army Veterinarian Sees Animals at Their Worst to Help Them Feel Their Best

Dr. Candace Wimbish, an Army major and third-year emergency and critical care resident at the NC State Veterinary Hospital, keeps a cool head while providing life-saving care to beloved pets.