Shaping the Future of Veterinary Medicine
The department provides learning opportunities within the four-year veterinary curriculum and through continuing education for practitioners. Within the Veterinary Hospital, faculty and staff provide care for patients, teach veterinary students, and provide advanced training for interns and residents.
Faculty are very active in research programs to improve the health and welfare of animals and people. The Comparative Biomedical Sciences graduate program allows graduate students to focus their research in the areas of cell biology, infectious diseases, pharmacology, pathology, and population medicine. Other graduate programs with which departmental faculty are affiliated include programs in immunology, physiology, toxicology and functional genomics.
North Carolina State University invites applications for the position of Department Head of the Department of Clinical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Clinical Sciences in the News
Winter 2020, The Oath Magazine
In the latest edition of The Oath, we celebrate 30 years of zoological medicine at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine. We highlight people, partnerships and programs that have made a lasting impact, including the Turtle Rescue Team, the North Carolina Zoo and the NC State Center for Marine Sciences and Technology.