Solution Oriented Research
NC State Veterinary Medicine research laboratories are active in discovering new treatments for naturally occurring diseases and developing a better understanding of how the diseases begin along with new ways to prevent diseases from happening and to develop new diagnostic methods.
Research laboratories are headed by faculty members or teams of faculty members and most are units of the College’s three departments: Clinical Sciences, Molecular Biomedical Sciences, and Population Health and Pathobiology. There are also Core Research Facilities including the BSL3 Biocontainment Facility, the Clinical Studies Core, Genetics Lab and Flow Cytometry Lab.
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