January 13, 2021
Meurs Receives Distinguished Professorship in Comparative Medicine
Meurs’ ongoing, groundbreaking research broadens understanding of cardiac genetic disease in companion animals, information that often has potential to guide treatment of human disease.
November 18, 2020
New NC State Research Partnership Fighting Biofilm-Associated Infections
The CVM's Lauren Schnabel has joined forces with NC State chemist Joshua Pierce to develop new classes of antibiotics to fight drug-resistant infections complicated by bacterial biofilms.
May 21, 2020
CVM Graduate Student Earns NIH Biomedical Research Fellowship
The pig stem cells Kathryn Polkoff studies could one day help human skin rapidly heal after life-threatening burns.
May 13, 2020
‘Educational Excellence’: CVM Faculty Receive Top Honors
"The NC State CVM has a breadth and depth in the area of educational excellence that is rare and remarkable."
May 7, 2018
Researchers Find Genetic ‘Dial’ Can Control Body Size in Pigs
NC State researchers have demonstrated a connection between the expression of the HMGA2 gene and body size in pigs...
May 3, 2016
Piedrahita Named as the Randall B. Terry, Jr. Distinguished Professor in Translational Medicine
Piedrahita's research focuses on stem cells, progenitor cells, and the development of models for their use in both human and veterinary regenerative...
November 20, 2015
New Comparative Medicine Institute Focuses on Translational Medicine
In its 10-year history, the CCMTR built a community of more than 100 scientists from NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University who were focused on the discovery and delivery of new therapies to human and animal...
August 27, 2012
Stems Cells and Regenerative Medicine at NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Jorge Piedrahita is a member of the NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine team developing a program in regenerative medicine. Stem cells and regenerative medicine is a highly interdisciplinary field requiring a combination of clinical skills, basic knowledge of stem cell behavior in vivo, and novel engineering solutions. We are fortunate at North