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Dr. Glenn Cruse and Dr. Gustavo Machado

Feb 20, 2024

Cruse, Machado chosen as University Faculty Scholars for 2024

Dr. Glenn Cruse, a mast cell biologist, and Dr. Gustavo Machado, an infectious disease modeler, of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine were among the NC State University faculty members honored. 

A dog preparing for bladder surgery.

Feb 13, 2024

Dog Owners: You Can Help Advance NC State Research On Detecting Cancers, Identifying Environmental Causes

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine researchers who developed a method for detecting canine bladder and prostate cancer in urine are recruiting dogs as part of a nationwide study that could lead to diagnostic breakthroughs and novel treatments for dogs and humans. Potentially, if geographic pockets of canine cancer cases are detected, the research also could… 

From left, Hannah Wubbenhorst, Lilly Jones, Jasmine Lapsley, Isla Farrow, Anna Jones and Malik Chennault in Washington, D.C.

Feb 9, 2024

‘Not Just Veterinarian Issues’: Legislative Fly-In Gives NC State Students Chance to Hone Advocacy Skills 

Six NC State College of Veterinary Medicine students added conversing with congressional staffs to their impressive list of skills this week as part of the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Legislative Fly-In to Washington, D.C. 

Dr. Michele Battle

Jan 4, 2024

Developmental Biologist Becomes Head of NC State Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences

Dr. Michele Battle, formerly a professor in the Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy at the Medical College of Wisconsin, is the new leader of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Molecular Biological Sciences. 

Elf spends some time outside with his clinical team near the end of his time in isolation.

Dec 26, 2023

Our Compassionate, Life-Saving Care: A Year in Review

From dogs to cats, donkeys to bongos and countless animals in between, our expert teams at the NC State Veterinary Hospital save lives every single day. As the year draws to a close, we’re featuring 10 notable stories of our hospital teams going above and beyond for our community over the past 12 months.  

Dr. Amadou Sall

Dec 21, 2023

CVM Adjunct Professor, a World-Renowned Virologist, Receives Honorary NC State Degree

Dr. Amadou Sall, director of the Pasteur Institute in Dakar, Senegal, has deep ties to NC State. Most recently, Sall was lauded for leading the institute to be a top research facility to help formulate Africa’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Archer Seaman was the first cat enrolled in the study in April 2021.

Dec 21, 2023

Veterinary Medicine Milestones: A Year of Research Breakthroughs

With work that advanced our understanding of dementia, microbiomes and protecting lungs from COVID-19, internationally recognized interdisciplinary research teams at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine continued making great strides in improving animal and human health throughout 2023.  

Dr. Kenneth Adler

Dec 12, 2023

NC State’s Adler Elected Fellow at National Academy of Inventors

Dr. Kenneth Adler, professor of cell biology in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences, has been elected to the rank of fellow at the National Academy of Inventors.  Adler, one of the world’s foremost researchers in the field of airway disease, is a top-ranked biomedical scientist who has spent decades investigating… 

Nov 30, 2023

Training Veterinary Professors of the Future: New NC State Program Welcomes Inaugural Class

The new Veterinary Academic Leaders Program will help 10 hospital residents prepare for careers in academia at a time when veterinary shortages are leading to crises. 

Callahan is an associate professor of microbiomes and complex microbial communities, which is one of those 20 interdisciplinary clusters

Nov 29, 2023

Fall 2023 News and Updates: Lifting Our State Economy While Filling Community and Research Needs

Stay up to date on how the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is leading the way in solving problems, exploring innovations and changing lives in animal and human medicine and in our community.