News and Updates, July 2017

Faculty and Staff

  • Anthony Blikslager talks to The Horse about what horse owners can do to fight colic.
  • How extraordinary teamwork helped save the life of Mary Kate the Dalmatian.
  • Greensboro Grasshoppers fan favorite black Labrador Master Yogi Berra received care at the Veterinary Hospital.
  • Extraordinary care: NC State expands its focus on equine health.
  • Glen Almond discusses the best practices to manage seasonal infertility with National Hog Farmer.
  • A study from Regina Schoenfeld looks at people’s views about service, emotional support and therapy animals in public spaces.

Alumni and Students

  • The veterinary medicine practiced by Wendy Ying, Class of 1999, may seem unconventional, but it’s deeply rooted in tradition.
  • Small animal internal medicine resident Erin Lashnits wins the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine’s Resident Research Award for her work on the infectious diseases caused by the bacterium Bartontella.
  • Graduate research assistant Takiyah Ball awarded Diversity Graduate Assistance Grant.

Donors and Support