August 23, 2016
Four Students, One Faculty Member Receive 2016 AAAP Awards
The 59th annual conference of the American Association of Avian Pathologist (AAAP) held August 6-9 in San Antonio, Texas...
August 21, 2016
Fletcher Part of First Class in Avian Pathologists Hall of Honor
Oscar Fletcher, has been inducted into the American Association of Avian Pathologists hall of honor as part of...
July 24, 2016
News and Updates, June/July 2016
Highlights cover key events; faculty, staff, and student accomplishments; and other CVM news...
July 13, 2016
A Different Kind of Field Work
Ft. Bragg’s 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion and NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine created a pilot program to train Civil Affairs soldiers and medics in some basic veterinary care for farm animals...
July 11, 2016
Gut Check: Grants Awarded for Gastrointestinal Disorders Research
The competitive CGIBD grant program funds researchers pursuing innovative research on digestive diseases...
July 10, 2016
Pinpointing a Cause for Canine Epilepsy
Epilepsy is the most common neurological disorder in dogs, and about one-third of dogs suffering from epilepsy do not respond to...
July 6, 2016
Mzyk One of Five Vet Med Students to Receive National Conference Scholarship
Danielle’s interest in internal medicine is an outgrowth of her focus on food safety issues resulting from antibiotic drug residues in beef and dairy cattle...
March 3, 2016
CVM Students Honored at American Association of Swine Veterinarians Meeting
The awards were announced during the 47th annual AASV meeting held Feb. 27 to March 1 in New Orleans...
January 18, 2016
CALS & CVM Partner on Animal Agriculture Research
The separate investigations into the production health of swine, cattle, and poultry will involve nine faculty members from the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) and four from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). This is the second year of...
January 6, 2016
Antibiotics pave way for C. difficile infections by killing beneficial bile acid-altering bacteria
Researchers know that the use of certain antibiotics lead to a higher risk of C. diff infections, particularly among hospital patients. Casey Theriot, an assistant professor of infectious disease at NC State, wanted to know exactly how C. diff spores were interacting with the microbiota