CVM Researchers Study Rhinos
College of Veterinary Medicine colleagues Anthony Blikslager and Mathew Gerard went to Africa to study and help map the paranasal sinus anatomy of the white rhinoceros.
First Look at Terry Center
Be one of the first to see NC State’s new veterinary medical complex. From 1 to 4 p.m. on Thursday, faculty and staff can take a "sneak peek" inside the Randall B. Terry Jr. Companion Animal Veterinary Medical Center.
Bringing Animal – and Human – Medicine into the 21st Century
Coming in at 110,000-square-feet, the NC State Terry Center will be one of the largest, most technologically advanced veterinary facilities in the country.
Glad to the Bone
A Siberian husky with a missing foot will get his first chance to run in the snow thanks to a custom-made prosthetic from NC State. Dr. Denis Marcellin-Little, professor of orthopedic surgery, and a team of NC State engineers and surgeons are providing him a custom-made, osseointegrated implant that will replace a faulty wrist joint and front paw.
Glad to the Bone
A Siberian husky with a missing foot will get his first chance to run in the snow thanks to a custom-made prosthetic from NC State. Find out how a veterinary and engineering team will restore Zeus' mobility.
A Heart for Dogs and Cats
An innovative online cardiology care network helps extend the life of a cat with heart problems. Meet Kovu, a 9-year-old Siamese who's beaten the odds thanks to NC State.
Making a Difference
When disaster struck the Gulf Coast, experts and alumni from NC State quickly headed to the region to assist in cleanup efforts and to help restore wildlife and local beaches. And although oil continues to wash ashore, Dr. Greg Lewbart said he's encouraged by what he and other volunteers have been able to accomplish.
While people are often warned to take it easy when the mercury rises, it’s important to protect animal friends from the heat during the dog days of summer.
CATs for Bears
When Museum of Life and Science administrators noticed their black bear, Yona, walking with a limp, they wasted no time in getting her to the College of Veterinary Medicine for a state-of-the-art checkup. Now, the personable cub is back to swimming, climbing and soaking in her newfound fame - all to the delight of her two-legged friends at the Durham-based museum.