July 1, 2021
July Fourth Pet Safety: 5 Tips for Owners to Keep in Mind
Ready for a fun Fourth of July? Here's how to ensure your pets can enjoy the holiday, too.
August 18, 2020
Class of 2024 Story: Coming Home
Raleigh native Kinnidy Coley knew she wanted to be a veterinarian in high school, and that also always meant going to the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine.
November 19, 2013
NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Researcher Examines Food Safety Risks at Diversified Farms
Sid Thakur, associate professor of swine health and production medicine at NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, is the recipient of $274,693 grant from the Center for Produce Safety to study the contamination of fresh produce from pathogens related to food animals. The two-year grant, “Food Safety Risks at the Fresh Produce-Animal Interface: Identifying
April 5, 2012
College of Veterinary Medicine’s Jim Riviere Reports Ensuring Safe Food and Medicine in U.S. Requires Improved Systems in Exporting Countries
Dr. Jim E. Riviere of the NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) presented an Institute of Medicine of the National Academies report at the National Press Club Wednesday that outlines specific steps the U. S. Food and Drug Administration should take to improve safety systems in nations that supply food, medicines, and medical supplies to U.S. consumers. Dr. Jim
March 5, 2012
Preparing the Next Generation of Rural Food Animal Veterinarians
The North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, recognized as a world leader in food animal veterinary education, research and industry engagement, addresses important food animal health issues on a regional and global level. Veterinarians have an essential role in protecting the world’s food supply by ensuring the pre-harvest health of production animals such