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NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, October 2021

Yu Ueda speaks with team of vets
Clinical Assistant Professor Yu Ueda (right) speaks with Aaron Fuelling (DVM '22), Baxley Zagaroli (DVM '23) and Sabra McCallister (DVM '22) as they work in the NC State Veterinary Hospital's extracorporeal service. Photo by John Joyner/NC State Veterinary Medicine

Faculty and Staff

  • Lysa Posner named CVM assistant dean of student development.
  • The CVM’s global health program, led by Sid Thakur, is highlighted by NC State’s Office of Research and Innovation.
  • Steve Marks offers tips on keeping pets safe this Halloween.
  • Thanks to recent staff additions, the NC State Veterinary Hospital has expanded its life-saving extracorporeal services.
  • Go behind the scenes of a bear physical at Durham’s Museum of Life and Science with our exotics team.

In the Spotlight

In the fall 2021 edition of the CVM magazine The Oath, we take a look at inclusion within the veterinary profession and our own college, Dean Lunn’s legacy, the plans for our new equine hospital and more. Read our full fall magazine here:

Donors and Support

  • The newly launched Terrence Curtin Society honors the CVM’s founding dean’s legacy and vision.

Alumni and Students

  • Wondwossen Gebreyes (Ph.D., 2001) elected to the National Academy of Medicine.
  • The class of 2025’s Jenna Viveiros receives the 2021 Pre-Veterinary Leadership Award from the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges.
  • The Technician features the work of the student-led Turtle Rescue Team.
  • Sydney Desmarais (DVM, 2007) and her Lone Peak Veterinary Hospital featured in the Lone Peak Lookout.