News and Updates, November and December 2018

Faculty and Staff

  • New to the CVM: Meet Sara Bennett, clinical assistant professor of behavioral medicine, Niki Theobald, director of development for the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation and Marine Traverson, assistant professor of soft tissue and oncologic surgery. Welcome to the CVM Family
  • Dean Lunn announces the launch of the new Global Health program.
  • Working at the World Equestrian Games was an unprecedented opportunity for CVM students.
  • Relief efforts for Hurricane Florence originating at the CVM outlined in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
  • Michael Nolan featured in story on the search for new and better cancer treatments for animals and humans.
  • Hospital service has a sharp vision for veterinary ophthalmology.
  • NIH-funded program educates high school teachers about issues in science at the CVM.
  • Five questions with Sid Thakur: Salmonella, gene swapping, antibiotic resistance and more.
  • Ke Cheng co-author of study looking at how a patch studded with tiny needles may help survivors recover from a heart attack.
  • Sarah Hammond named Wolf of the Week by the NC State Graduate School.

 In the Spotlight

Happy Holidays from NC State Veterinary Medicine

Alumni and Students

  • Alumnus Harry Snelson (DVM, 1990) named executive director of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians.
  • Turtle Rescue Team featured with a spread in Midtown magazine.
  • Julie Funk (Ph.D., 2000) named founding dean of proposed Arizona veterinary college.
  • Brittany Enders receives the Small Animal Resident Abstract Award at the International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium.

Donors and Support