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Doctor Olby assists older dog

Nov 9, 2022

Better Care for Aging Dogs and Their Aging People

Natasha Olby’s lab in the College of Veterinary Medicine is generating data and insights into the aging process in dogs, and how to improve their health span — not just their life span. Her research also has implications for human geriatric medicine. 

Doctors performing surgery

Nov 7, 2022

Former NC State Veterinary Professor wins ACVS Foundation Legends Award

David DeYoung, a former professor of orthopedic surgery and associate dean at the NC College of Veterinary Medicine, has been awarded the Legends Award from the American College of Veterinary Surgeons Foundation. The award is given to someone who has developed a surgical or diagnostic procedure of significant value, proven by becoming the test or… 

Scorpion sits on a rock

Oct 27, 2022

NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, October 2022

From safe anesthesia for scorpions to a new way to track a virus in swine, here’s a look at some of the latest published studies from the CVM. 

Dog relaxing on couch

Sep 30, 2022

NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, September 2022

With published research on such diverse topics as treating equine eye inflammation with gene therapy to using stem cell grafting to regenerate diseased organs, NC State researchers continue to produce findings that will improve both animal and human health. Here is a sample of their work. 

Memorial Belltower

Sep 26, 2022

NC State Launches Universitywide Global One Health Academy

Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden and Senior Vice Provost for University Interdisciplinary Programs Rob Dunn today officially announced the launch of NC State’s Global One Health Academy, focused on the health of plants, animals, biodiversity and human societies. The academy represents a universitywide, interdisciplinary effort to engage faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students in improving the health of animals, plants, biodiversity, humans and society in North Carolina and beyond. 

Sep 1, 2022

August News and Updates: Seals, Sloths and Important Firsts

Stay up to date on the College of Veterinary Medicine's major news and updates from August 2022. 

elephant family in the wild

Aug 29, 2022

NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, August 2022

A look at some of the latest published studies from the CVM 

portrait of Dean Meurs

Aug 25, 2022

Getting to Know Dean Meurs

In April, Dr. Kate Meurs became the dean of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine following a nationwide search. Meurs is the first female dean of the college and the inaugural recipient of the Randall B. Terry Jr. College of Veterinary Medicine Endowed Dean’s Chair. In this new video, Dean Meurs talks about her background,… 

Dr. Crespo presenting at conference

Aug 19, 2022

Crespo Becomes President of the American Association of Avian Pathologists

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Professor Rocio Crespo has begun a one-year term as president of the American Association of Avian Pathologists. She assumed the position in July after serving for the previous year as president-elect of the organization.  “I always found my involvement in the American Association of Avian Pathologists to be very gratifying,”… 

Tanner Snead, Shelly Vaden and Allison Kendall consult on a recent bladder scan of a patient.

Aug 9, 2022

Status Change: Nephrology and Urology Speciality Reaches College Level

Recognizing that the field of veterinary nephrology and urology has grown in complexity and vision, the AVMA American Board of Veterinary Specialties has provisionally approved a petition to elevate the specialty to college status. Shelly Vaden, professor of internal medicine at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, is president-elect of the new American College of…