January 24, 2022
Historic NC State Veterinary Medicine Fundraising Campaign Exceeds Goal
The resounding success of the Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign solidifies NC State University's position as a world leader in veterinary medicine.
November 16, 2021
39 NC State Veterinary Medicine Students Receive 2021-22 Annable Scholarships
Chosen on the basis of need as well as a demonstrated commitment to community service, each student receives up to half of tuition and fees.
November 8, 2021
Progress Continues at NC State Vet Med with Dairy Barn Groundbreaking
The new $5.5 million facility, slated to be completed next fall, will help train students in food safety practices and modern animal welfare.
September 21, 2021
New Equine Hospital, Dairy Barn in the Works at NC State Veterinary Medicine
About $40 million of the $80 million needed for the equine facility has been raised, while construction on the $5.5 million dairy barn upgrade is expected to begin before the end of the year.
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.
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.
June 18, 2021
‘Nanodecoy’ Therapy Binds and Neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 Virus
Research led by the CVM's Ke Cheng shows that nanodecoys can bind to SARS-CoV-2, helping clear the virus faster.
April 20, 2021
Reopen and Regenerate: Exosome-Coated Stent Heals Vascular Injury, Repairs Damaged Tissue
The stent has a “smart-release” trigger that could both prevent reopened blood vessels from narrowing and deliver regenerative stem cell-derived therapy to tissue.
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.