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Margaret E. Gruen, DVM, MVPH, PhD, DACVB

Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine

Contact:

megruen@ncsu.edu
Office: 919.513.6500

Dr. Gruen completed her veterinary degree at the University of Illinois. She came to North Carolina State University for an internship followed by a residency in veterinary behavior. She completed a Masters in Veterinary Public Health and became a board-certified veterinary behaviorist. After a few years on the faculty at NCSU, she decided to pursue a PhD with a focus on understanding the behaviors associated with pain in cats with naturally-occurring arthritis. She then spent two years at Duke University, where she co-directed the Canine Cognition Center, and has now returned to North Carolina State University as an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine.

Publications

View online at NCBI My Bibliography
Affiliations
IAABC
Certifications
DACVB, Fear Free Certification
Spontaneous Animal Disease Models
Human-Animal Interaction; Pain Management; Cognition and Ageing