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Mar 12, 2014

CVM Open House March 29

The College of Veterinary Medicine welcomes the community for its annual open house on Saturday, March 29. 

Feb 6, 2014

Researchers Pinpoint Protein Associated With Canine Hereditary Ataxia

Researchers from North Carolina State University have found a link between a mutation in a gene called RAB 24 and an inherited neurodegenerative disease in Old English sheepdogs and Gordon setters. The findings may help […] 

Nov 14, 2013

Prof’s Book on Discoveries Re-released

Meet author Arnold Brody, an adjunct professor of molecular biomedical sciences, at a book-signing event next Friday. Brody's 1997 book on the world's greatest scientific discoveries has been revised and re-released. 

Aug 14, 2013

Meurs Honored for Research

Kathryn Meurs has been honored by the American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation for her research on heart disease in dogs. 

Aug 9, 2013

Researchers to Study Link Between Early Stress, GI Tract Disease

Chronic gastrointestinal disorders such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) have been linked to high stress levels early in life. A North Carolina State University researcher is leading a study that looks at how these early […] 

Jul 17, 2013

Enroll Rover in New Study

NC State is seeking healthy terriers, spaniels and poodles to join a canine heart disease study. 

Jun 19, 2013

Vet Med Offers Grief Seminars

The Client Counseling and Grief Support Service at the Veterinary Health Complex is sponsoring a grief education seminar series beginning this month. 

Jun 19, 2013

Study Enrolling Labs and Shepherds

Owners of German shepherds and Labrador retrievers are invited to enroll their dogs in a clinical study that includes a free orthopedic examination. 

Jun 19, 2013

Bringing Cancer to “Heal” by Studying Dog Genome

Man’s best friend doesn’t just share our living spaces – he also shares some of the most common cancers that afflict humans. A new grant from the American Kennel Club’s Canine Health Foundation and Golden […] 

May 28, 2013

Disease Virulence Evolves in Response to Population Density, Immunity

A unique form of pink eye found in some songbird species has given researchers insight into how disease virulence – or severity of harm to the host – evolves in conjunction with a susceptible population’s […]