News and Updates, September 2018

Faculty and Staff

  • Derek Foster, students Danielle Myzk and Nate Baribault pick up awards at the American Association of Bovine Practitioners annual conference.
  • In a first for veterinary medicine, a published study led by Thierry Olivry proposes a standardization of how a clinical trial’s results are reported.
  • Michael Nolan talks about his work in the search of new and better cancer treatments.
  • NC State Equine Health Center opens horse shelter in wake of Hurricane Florence.
  • Computer model reveals effect of increased cholesterol on specific ion channel in the heart, according to a study co-authored by Belinda Akpa. //
  • Ronald Baynes featured in Consumer Reports article about the science of drug detection in meat.
  • Study co-authored by Lauren Buslinger finds sucralose produces previously unidentified metabolites.
  • Greg Lewbart and Hans Westermeyer head emergency team working on the injured eye of a critically endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtle.

Alumni and Students

  • Twenty-one CVM Annable Scholars for 2018-2019 announced.
  • Mucosal environment of older pigs helps newborn pigs recover from intestinal injury, according to a study from lead author Amanda Ziegler.
  • Alum Tyler Allen named to list of 100 most influential young African Americans.

Donors and Support

  • As we cope together with the devastation caused by Hurricane Florence, we can make a difference together, too. More information on our Disaster Relief Fund.
  • Chayah Memorial Scholarship recognizes dedication and compassion.