October 26, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, October 2021
Canine storm anxiety, repairing damaged hearts and more of the latest published studies from the CVM.
October 12, 2021
The Oath, Fall 2021
In the latest edition of NC State CVM's magazine, The Oath, we take a look at inclusion, equity and diversity within the veterinary profession and our own college, provide a first look at our new equine hospital and much more.
September 30, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, September 2021
A new equine hospital, our path toward inclusion in veterinary medicine and more from a busy month on campus.
September 29, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, September 2021
Targeted cancer treatments, unlocking the mysteries of itch, Galápagos tortoise health and more the latest published research from the CVM.
September 28, 2021
Breaking Barriers: NC State’s Path to More Inclusive Veterinary Medicine
For far too long, institutional barriers and systemic racism have led to veterinary medicine’s crippling lack of inclusiveness. NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s class of 2025 shows how the tide may be turning.
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 30, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, August 2021
ICU stuffed animals. introducing children to science, a new distinguished chair and more from a busy month on campus.
August 26, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, August 2021
Early domestic dog socialization, fighting FIV and more of the latest published studies from the CVM.
August 20, 2021
Varying Immune Cell Levels in Canine Brain Tumors Could Provide Therapeutic Targets
The research, the most extensive examination of immune cell infiltration in canine glioma to date, adds to the body of evidence that these brain tumors might recruit cells that aid in immunosuppression.