March 2, 2021
Kittens Could Hold Key to Understanding Deadly Diarrheal Disease in Children
New research findings point to kittens as a potentially invaluable model for further exploration of atypical enteropathic Escherichia coli to inform treatment approaches for both humans and felines.
August 20, 2020
Annable Scholarship Supports Student Driven to Serve
Elisa Meier’s determination to hold down student debt and her passion for community service made her a natural fit for the Annable Scholarship.
July 28, 2020
Gut Microbiome Study Could Guide New Canine Epilepsy Treatments
Neurology professor Karen Muñana is leading a new three-year study into canine epilepsy, the most common neurological condition in dogs, but one of the least understood.
October 10, 2019
CVM Study Reveals a Key Way Your Gut Battles Infections
NC State College of Veterinary Medicine researchers have uncovered a new defense mechanism used by the gut against the parasite Cryptosporidium parvum, one of the leading causes of childhood diarrhea in developing countries. In the study, which used a pig model, the researchers found that at the peak of Cryptosporidium infections, epithelial cells lining the
April 5, 2018
NC State CVM Awarded 3 Winn Feline Foundation Research Grants
The CVM took home three of the 14 grants awarded...
July 25, 2017
July CVM Research Roundup
A look at some of the newest published studies coming out of the CVM...
June 21, 2017
Gookin Awarded Feline Health Research Grant
Gookin’s study is one of just 11 research projects worldwide to receive the latest research grant awards from the Winn Feline Foundation...
December 14, 2016
Two NC State Researchers Awarded National Grants to Study Canine Health
Two of nine grants from the Morris Animal Foundation funding research to improve canine health have been awarded to faculty members from...
July 19, 2016
Gookin Named FluoroScience Distinguished Professor in Veterinary Scholars Research Education
Gookin is nationally recognized for her expertise in gastroenterology with a special emphasis on infectious causes of feline diarrheal disease...
December 9, 2009
Morris Animal Foundation Supports CVM Research
Selected researchers at the North Carolina State University’s College Veterinary Medicine (CVM) are recipients of Morris Animal Foundation grants that total more than $1.2 million for investigations aimed at improving the health of dogs, cats, horses, and wildlife. More specifically, Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) is providing $1,212,671 to help support 12 different studies being conducted