February 16, 2021
Gonzalez Named NC State University Faculty Scholar
Liara Gonzalez is behind some of the most innovative research coming out of the CVM in recent years, using large animal models to translate findings into treatments for both humans and animals.
February 11, 2021
Culture of Support at NC State Veterinary Medicine Fuels Research Grant Success
A steady rise in grants from national and state agencies, veterinary organizations and nonprofits has helped fuel the college’s reputation for innovation.
December 10, 2020
NC State Equine Ph.D. Student Bayless Named AAEP Fellow
The grant will support Rosemary Bayless’ research into innovative treatment approaches for inflammation in horses.
August 27, 2020
Blikslager Honored with AVMA Clinical Research Award
The award recognizes Anthony Blikslager's 30 years of groundbreaking equine colic and gastroenterology research.
June 4, 2020
A Statement from the CVM on Diversity and Inclusion
We choose to be a culture that values diversity, inclusion, respect, empathy and equality for all.
September 9, 2019
A Game-Changing Approach to Intestinal Transplantation
A first-of-its-kind study at the NC State CVM and Duke University is testing a new way to effectively maintain donated intestines and markedly strengthen their viability, lowering transplant failure rates.
July 29, 2019
CVM Grad Student Wins National Veterinary Research Award
NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Ph.D. student Amy Stieler Stewart is the winner of the 2019 Boehringer Ingelheim Veterinary Graduate Award for her innovative research using stem cells to treat intestinal injury. Stewart received the honor during last weekend’s National Veterinary Scholars Symposium co-sponsored Boehringer Ingelheim, a pharmaceutical company specializing in human and animal
March 28, 2019
Call in the Reserves: Two Types of Stem Cells Repair Intestinal Injury
New research from NC State reveals your body’s “backup plan” – in the form of reserve stem cells – for recovering from severe intestinal injury due to lack of blood supply. The intestinal tract is one of the busiest organs in the human body. It’s also one of the most regenerative – the cells that line
December 17, 2018
CVM Ph.D. Student Earns Recognition for Colic Research
Stewart is in the fourth year of her Ph.D. work in the Comparative Medicine and Translational Research Training Program run by Sam Jones, professor of equine medicine.
August 23, 2018
Mucosal Environment of Older Pigs Helps Newborn Piglets with Intestinal Injury Recover
Intestinal ischemic injury occurs when blood flow to a portion of the intestine is cut off, resulting in the loss of epithelial cells that line intestinal walls. Once this barrier is damaged, intestinal contents can leak into the bloodstream, causing sepsis and often fatal infections...