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Nneka George, DVM

Clinical Veterinarian, Laboratory Animal Resources

Contact:

nmgeorge@ncsu.edu
Office: 919.513.2365

As a Clinical Veterinarian in Laboratory Animal Resources (LAR) Dr. George is responsible for the clinical, surgical, and preventative care of NCSU animal resources. This care is provided in accordance with current veterinary medical standards, applicable federal regulations and standards. Along with consulting with investigators on the planning and performance of animal activities she serves as a voting North Carolina State Universities Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).

Dr. Nneka George is a graduate of Howard University and received a DVM from North Carolina State University in 2005. Dr. George completed a 4-year residency in laboratory animal medicine at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in late 2014 after spending 6 years in companion animal and international veterinary practice. She is boarded by the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine.

Affiliations
American Veterinary Medical Association
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
American Society of Laboratory Animal Practitioners
North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association
North Carolina Academy of Laboratory Animal Medicine
Certifications
Diplomate: American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine
​Residency: Department of Laboratory Animal Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
DVM: North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine
BS: Clinical Laboratory Science, Howard University
Biological Barriers, Gastroenterology, Genetics, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Neurobiology, Pharmacology, Regenerative Medicine, Spontaneous Animal Disease Models
Laboratory Animal Medicine: My focus is on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases in animals and animal models used as subjects in biomedical and agricultural research activities.

The goal, broadly stated, is to:

(1) Support animal research - the scientific study of animals, usually in a laboratory, for the purpose of gaining new biological knowledge or solving specific medical, veterinary medical, dental, or biological problems.

(2) Advocate for animals through the application of veterinary medicine and animal science to the acquisition of laboratory animals and to their management, nutrition, breeding, disease treatment and management of pain and distress.
CLINICAL STUDIES