December 7, 2015
Immunology Research Student Recognized at Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
More than 1,700 presentations in 12 disciplines were featured at ABRCMS, which is a conference for underrepresented students interested in...
October 28, 2015
Avian Influenza: Know the Facts
Avian influenza (AI) is caused by an influenza type A virus which can infect poultry (such as chickens, turkeys, pheasants, quail, domestic ducks, geese and guinea fowl) and is carried by...
September 23, 2015
CVM Graduate Recipient of Science in Practice Award
The Science in Practice Award, presented at the 2015 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference in St. Paul MN, honors an individual “who has demonstrated or shows promising research productivity in production and disease and...
August 10, 2015
College of Veterinary Medicine Welcomes Dr. Casey Theriot
Theriot joins the College after serving as a research investigator with the Division of Infectious Disease in the University of Michigan’s Department of Internal Medicine since...
July 23, 2015
College of Veterinary Medicine Welcomes Director of Global Health Education
Dr. Andrew Stringer will develop comprehensive classroom and experiential learning activities that will...
July 16, 2014
Jonathan Fogle Recipient of Grant from Creative and Novel Ideas in HIV Research Program
Jonathan Fogle, a veterinary internal medicine specialist and assistant professor of immunology in the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, is one of 10 young scientists to receive a grant from the Creative and Novel Ideas in HIV Research program to investigate questions related to long-term survival with HIV infection, and the prevention
July 2, 2014
NC State Immunologist Recipient of NIH Grant to Investigate Novel HIV Research Approach
The competitive two-stage CNIHR scholarship process required Fogle to submit a pre-proposal. He was then invited to prepare a formal proposal for final selection. As a grantee...
May 29, 2013
House Finch Disease Helps Researchers Better Understand Spread of Contagious Human Diseases
The evolution of higher virulence during disease emergence has been predicted by theoretical models, but empirical studies of short-term virulence evolution following pathogen emergence remain rare...