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News and updates, January 2018

Faculty and Staff

  • A Washington Post story features a study co-authored by Craig Harms that shows for the first time that right whale stress hormones can be accurately measured by sifting through its feces. https://goo.gl/TKmB7M
  • Research from Christopher Adin finds that tiny bilirubin-filled capsules could improve survival of transplanted pancreatic cells. https://goo.gl/QuYW5a
  • Steve Marks talks to the Herald-Sun about danger of dogs eating chocolate (https://goo.gl/XfPNLB) and discusses New Year’s pet resolutions with WRAL (https://goo.gl/ewv26t).
  • Q&A: Nimet Browne is a helping hand for critically ill newborn foals. https://goo.gl/DwiJmw
  • A study from Ke Cheng finds that “decorated” stem cells could offer targeted heart repair. https://goo.gl/jzGH83
  • Matthew Breen talks with American Veterinarian about enlisting dogs in the war on cancer. https://goo.gl/2aHjj2
  • The Technician features the depth of veterinary research ongoing at the CVM. https://goo.gl/NsSRJN

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Alumni and Students

  • Graduate student Tyler Allen lands on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list of young scientists to watch. https://goo.gl/moEHZm

Donors and Support

  • Behavior training gives rescue dog a fresh start — and inspires owners to give. https://goo.gl/nDA2kk
  • The enduring Salsbury Endowed Scholarship Fund continues to make veterinary dreams come true at the CVM. https://goo.gl/13jYb7
  • Beck Hallmann has never been to campus, but she’s a committed supporter of the CVM’s fight against feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. https://goo.gl/f9HNpu
  • Class of 1994’s Nancy Rathbun-Ramsey may practice out of the state, but the CVM is never far from her mind. https://goo.gl/gX1VMH