September 24, 2021
Study: Vaccination Slows Antimicrobial Resistance
A new computer model demonstrates that vaccinations have impacts well beyond just preventing disease and death: they can also slow the spread of antimicrobial resistance.
September 7, 2021
Researchers Sequence Genome of Drug-Resistant Salmonella Enteritidis Strain That Can Sicken Poultry
Characterizing the strain will aid public health agencies in tracing outbreaks and preventing exposures.
August 30, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, August 2021
ICU stuffed animals. introducing children to science, a new distinguished chair and more from a busy month on campus.
August 16, 2021
With New Distinguished Chair, Family’s Heartfelt Gift Creates Lasting Impact
Professor of Internal Medicine Adam Birkenheuer, an internationally recognized expert on vector-borne infections of dogs and cats, is the recipient of the Quattlebaum Chair.
August 5, 2021
$4.8 Million Awarded to Develop Treatment for Bartonella-Related Disease
The CVM is leading the way to develop an effective antimicrobial treatment for animals and humans impacted by the Bartonella family of bacteria.
July 21, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine Infectious Disease Expert Birkenheuer to Receive Distinguished Chair
Birkenheuer’s long-standing dedication to the detection and treatment of infectious diseases in dogs and cats has led to remarkable breakthroughs at NC State.
April 8, 2021
Pilot Study Finds Evidence of Bartonella Infection in Schizophrenia Patients
Bartonella are bacteria historically associated with cat-scratch disease, which until recently was thought to be solely a short-lived or self-limiting infection.
March 25, 2021
Stepping Back To See Antimicrobial Resistance’s Big Picture
Dual DVM/Ph.D. student Annie Wang recently received a NIH fellowship to investigate potential evolutionary and ecological factors in AMR development.
March 16, 2021
Model May Help Chincoteague Ponies Avoid Deadly Infection
NC State researchers have created a model that can identify potential hot spots for the pathogen Pythium insidiosum in the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge.