Researchers at NC State Veterinary Medicine are tackling key challenges to animal health and well-being. Their findings are contributing to new solutions that are shaping the future of both veterinary and human medicine.
Spontaneous Diseases in Animals and Humans
Many disease processes occur naturally in both domestic animals and human beings. At the North Carolina College of Veterinary Medicine we use the knowledge that we obtain from 30,000 patients a year to advance to our knowledge and understanding of these diseases in both animals and human beings.
At the North Carolina State University College of Medicine, we move our research from the bench to the patient. Our researchers span a number of research strengths including regenerative medicine, infectious disease, biological barriers, genetics, neurosciences and computational research
Please feel free to contact us for questions or to set up a time to discuss your translational or clinical research needs!
Clinical Trials and Translational Research Pavilion
We are very excited to start work on a new Clinical Trials and Translational Research Pavilion. This area will include about 9,000 square feet of space specifically designed for leveraging our clinical expertise and caseload for both discovery and implementation of new medical and surgical interventions.
The pavilion will provide a modern, comfortable and transparent space for clients to wait while their pets are participating in clinical trials, laboratories and infrastructure for mining clinical data and a meeting space with modern technology to collaborate with industry partners through video conferencing. Would you like to help us design this program or learn more about our progress? Please feel free to contact me: Kate_meurs@ncsu.edu