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Elizabeth Rose

Asst Clinical Professor


Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists


Liz Rose is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology at North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Liz received her DVM as well as a Certificate in International Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia. While completing a residency in anatomic pathology at the University of California-Davis, she developed a passion for teaching and mentoring pre-veterinary and veterinary students. Upon completing her residency training, Liz joined the Comparative Gastroenterology Lab at NC State to pursue a PhD under the supervision of Drs. Anthony Blikslager and Amanda Ziegler. Her research utilizes a pig model to elucidate mechanisms of gastrointestinal injury and repair through the use of high-throughput technologies such as RNA sequencing. As a member of the Pathology team, Liz’s developing interests include diagnostic pathology of the gastrointestinal tract, diseases of livestock, facilitating international collaborations and mentorship of residents and students.


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) The University of Georgia 2017

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biochemistry The University of Virginia 2012

  • T32 Fellowship, National Institutes of Health, 2022
  • COHA Translational Research Fellowship, CTSA One Health Alliance (COHA), 2020
  • C.L. Davis Award, Davis-Thompson Foundation, 2019
  • American College of Veterinary Pathologists Award for Excellence in Veterinary Pathology, ACVP, 2017
  • Distinguished Majors Program-Highest Honors, The University of Virginia, 2012