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Mike Charbonneau

Dec 17, 2007

CVM Ranked Among Best in U.S.

U.S. News & World Reportcontinues to list the College of Veterinary Medicine among the nation’s top-ranked veterinary programs. The magazine’s current report—“America ’s Best Graduate Schools, 2008: Health Disciplines (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine)”—lists the North Carolina State University CVM among the top five of the nation’s 28 colleges of veterinary medicine. Although one of the… 

Nov 16, 2007

CVM Researchers Investigate Convenience Food Pathogen

A team of CVM researchers is studying a bacterium that, though commonly found in ready-to-eat foods, can have the highest mortality rate of any food-borne pathogen for individuals with predisposing conditions such as weakened immune systems. The research team includes Drs. Paul Orndorff, Edward Havell, and Jill Barnes and research specialists Patricia Spears and Marion… 

Nov 14, 2007

Randall Terry’s Vision

The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has initiated a two-year project to build the Randall B. Terry, Jr. Companion Animal Veterinary Medical Center. When completed in 2011, the 110,000 square-foot “Terry Center” is expected to a national model for excellence in companion animal medicine. The new referral hospital is made possible by a $20 million… 

Oct 30, 2007

Dr. Breen Receives Research Award from AKC Canine Health Foundation

Matthew Breen, Professor of Genomics, is the 2007 recipient of the “Asa Mays, DVM, Excellence in Canine Health Research Award” presented by the American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation (CHF). Named to honor the memory of longtime breeder and veterinarian Dr. Asa Mays, the award recognizes an individual researcher who, according to the CHF board… 

May 3, 2007

Equine Health Center at Southern Pines is Focus of WRAL Feature (video)

WRAL-TV reporter Bryan Mims reports on Molly, a client at the EHC-SP. Molly is a brown-eyed girl who weighs half a ton. Her foot was in the tender care of veterinarian Dr. Dick Mansmann on Tuesday as she recovers from a severe hoof infection. "A month ago, quite honestly, I thought we’d have to put… 

Apr 16, 2007

CVM cancer researcher offers leadership in creating canine oncology consortium

Veterinary and medical researchers, supported by the mapping of the canine genome, are advancing our knowledge of how various cancers develop and progress in dogs and what these disease mechanisms may mean for humans. A little more than a year after researchers sequenced the canine genome, Matthew Breen, associate professor of genomics, is helping to… 

Feb 7, 2007

Dr. Kennedy-Stoskopf named Outstanding Woman Veterinarian

The Association for Women Veterinarians has named Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf as the Outstanding Woman Veterinarian of the Year. Dr. Kennedy-Stoskopf is recognized for her contributions to practice, research, and teaching during her 30 years as a veterinarian. A research professor in both the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology and the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife… 

Jul 26, 2006

Danielle Brown, Class of 2006

Job title: Principal veterinary pathologist, Charles River Laboratories Describe your current position and what led to your job. I am a toxicologic pathologist working in a contract research lab. I am involved in preclinical safety testing of drugs and chemicals to determine whether they are safe for humans. Describe job opportunity trends in your industry.… 

Jul 26, 2004

Erin Mitchell, Class of 2004

Job title: Assistant director/clinical veterinarian, Wake Forest University animal resources program in laboratory animal medicine Describe your current position and what led to your job. I was in private practice but became burnt out with the hours and lack of ability to practice the type of medicine that I wanted. A classmate worked at WFU… 

Jul 26, 2002

Bradley Mills, Class of 2002

Job title: Senior veterinarian, Zoetis Describe your current position: Dairy technical services veterinarian for the Southeast. Describe job opportunity trends in your industry. What does the future look like for your industry? Good opportunities for candidates with public speaking skills and data analytics skills. What advice would you offer alumni/students looking for a job in…