Busy as a Bee Garden
College of Veterinary Medicine students just completed a bee apiary and community garden, thanks to a grant from the NC State Sustainability Fund.
2 Profs Score NCBiotech Grants
NC State faculty members receive $272,500 to buy new lab equipment. Learn about these grants and other funding opportunities available at NCBiotech.
Terry Gift Adds $16 Million to CVM
The Randall B. Terry Charitable Foundation has given a $16 million gift to the College of Veterinary Medicine to fund student, faculty and research endowments.
Terry Foundation Gives $16 Million for Veterinary Research, Scholarships
Chancellor Randy Woodson announced today a $16 million gift from the Randall B. Terry Charitable Foundation that will fund research, scholarships and endowed professorships at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Terry’s Lasting Legacy
A new $16 million gift from the R.B. Terry Charitable Foundation will keep NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine on the cutting edge for years to come — by providing generous support for its student, faculty and research endowments.
Beagles Help Hunt for Genes Associated With Canine, Human Bladder Cancer
Beagles are more than just one of the most popular dog breeds in America. According to new NC State research, they are also key to new findings about the chromosomal changes associated with urothelial carcinoma, or bladder cancer.
NC State Experts Can Discuss H5N2 Threat
NC State experts can discuss H5N2 poultry threat.
Nothing Fishy About This Surgery
Veterinary surgeons from North Carolina State University have successfully removed a cataract from a sunfish’s eye, utilizing the same surgical techniques that your local ophthalmologist would use on your grandparents.
Top Award for Veterinary Pharmacist
NC State's Gigi Davidson has received the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention's highest honor in recognition of her volunteer service to the organization.
Dog Paralysis Study Shows Need for Customized Treatments
A clinical trial from North Carolina State University involving paraplegic dogs has demonstrated that a one-size fits all approach is not ideal for treating spinal cord injuries. Instead, the study highlights the fact that the population of canine paraplegics - even those with the same type of injury - is very diverse, and that courses of treatment should be equally so.