June 10, 2020
Keelara Receives IAFP Young Investigator Award for Antimicrobial Resistance Research
The award will help Keelara advance his career in investigating antimicrobial resistance in foodborne pathogens, a pressing worldwide threat.
April 15, 2020
Cray Honored with NC State Outstanding Global Engagement Award
Since joining the college in 2014, Paula Cray has played an integral part in guiding the CVM to its place as a powerhouse in global health education and research.
March 17, 2020
CVM Global Health Program Awards New Research Grants
This year’s grant-winning projects track bacterial pathogens in India, refine animal welfare practices in Ecuador and assess childhood health in Ethiopia.
February 19, 2020
CVM Named WHO Collaborating Center to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance
The new center will aid the World Health Organization in its efforts to fight foodborne antimicrobial resistance worldwide.
January 9, 2019
Cray Named to Presidential Advisory Committee on Antibiotic Resistance
The assistant secretary’s office oversees several presidential and secretarial advisory committees which offer guidance on issues such as minority health, vaccines and HIV/AIDS.
March 25, 2018
Thakur Earns Grant for Antimicrobial Surveillance Partnerships in India
A new NC State College of Veterinary Medicine project to strengthen the global fight against antimicrobial resistance has received an Internationalized Seed Grant from the university. The project is from Siddhartha “Sid” Thakur, CVM associate professor of molecular epidemiology and associate director of the Emerging and Infectious Disease Program at the Comparative Medicine Institute. His
February 1, 2018
CVM and Ceva Enter Educational Partnership for Latin American Veterinarians
The 18 month program will include both online course material and an on-site component, concluding with a two-week session at the CVM. Courses will be offered in both Spanish and English...
October 11, 2017
To Surveil and Protect: The Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance
In the thick of war it pays to know your enemy, and bacteria is an unrelenting, captivating foe. “How does something that you can’t see, that doesn’t have a brain, develop very sophisticated survival mechanisms almost immediately?” said Paula Cray, head of the department of population health and pathobiology at the NC State College of
March 17, 2014
USDA Researcher to Head Population Health and Pathobiology at College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Paula Fedorka Cray, a leader in food safety research, has been appointed to head the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. The appointment by Dean Paul Lunn is effective May 30, 2014. Dr. Cray comes to NC State from the United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural