July 10, 2018
Breitschwerdt Awarded WSAVA Global One Health Award
Ed Breitschwerdt, a worldwide leader in infectious disease research and longtime NC State College of Veterinary Medicine clinician-scientist, has won the 2018 Global One Health Award from the World Small Animal Veterinary Association. Breitschwerdt, CVM professor of medicine and infectious diseases, shares the WSAVA award with Christopher Woods, a professor in Duke University’s medicine and
April 9, 2018
A Distinguished Professorship for an Extraordinary Scientist
Ed Breitschwerdt, a professor of medicine and infectious diseases, came to the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982, and has influenced students in every CVM class to step through the college’s doors...
January 23, 2018
AKC-CHF Grant funds New CVM Bartonella Research Project
The new study will dive deeper into evidence suggesting that Bartonella infections contribute to hemangiosarcoma development. That information could lead to improved diagnosis and treatment of the cancer, which occurs most often in several popular canine breeds...
August 13, 2017
Breitschwerdt Receives AKC-CHF Canine Health Excellence Award
The nonprofit AKC-CHF singled out Breitschwerdt’s innovative, leading-edge research in infectious disease research that, “has advanced our knowledge of deadly pathogens that cross species barriers, contributing to both canine and...
July 17, 2017
Shedding Light on an Emerging Infectious Disease
A new research project answers lingering questions about Bartonella and Bartonellosis...
December 21, 2016
Breitschwerdt, Cannedy to Receive AAVMC Honors
The AAVMC announced Wednesday that Edward Breitschwerdt, professor of medicine and infectious disease, is the recipient of the 2017 AAVMC Excellence in Research Award. Allen Cannedy, director of diversity and multicultural affairs, is the recipient of the 2017 Iverson Bell Award.
April 25, 2012
NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine Host Institution for World’s Bartonella Experts
Leading global experts in veterinary medicine, human medicine, and parasitology attending the “7th International Conference on Bartonella as Animal and Human Pathogens” are united in a desire to deepen their understanding of this bacterium and increase medical and public awareness of the “stealth pathogen” that plays an important role in a number of human ills. The
April 23, 2012
CVM Research Links Some Rheumatologic Symptoms in Humans to Bartonella Exposure
A new research study published by the Bartonella research team at NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine–led by Dr. Ed Breitschwerdt– links Bartonellainfection to rheumatologic symptoms in patients with historical diagnoses of Lyme disease, arthritis, chronic fatigue, and fibromyalgia. The study is reported in the May issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases. The NC State News
September 27, 2010
Research by Intracellular Pathogens Research Lab Advances Understanding of Bartonella–the ‘stealth pathogen’
The following article by the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) News Service profiles the ongoing Bartonella research being conducted by the Intracellular Pathogens Research Laboratory (IPRL) within the CVM Center for Comparative Medicine and Translational Research. Directed by Dr. Ed Breitschwerdt, the work of the IRPL is an example of the “One Medicine” concept and the