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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. 

antimicrobial resistance

Sep 24, 2021

Study: Vaccination Slows Antimicrobial Resistance

A new computer model demonstrates that vaccinations have impacts well beyond just preventing disease and death: they can also slow the spread of antimicrobial resistance. 

Antimicrobial resistance development in bacteria — like E. coli, (pictured above), can have devastating effects on human health.

Jul 29, 2021

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, July 2021

Canine osteoarthritis, feline HCM, fighting antimicrobial resistance and more of the latest published research from the CVM. 

Engraved bricks on walkway leading to CVM entrance

Apr 22, 2021

Frey Selected For NC State Impact Scholars Inaugural Class

Erin Frey, a CVM research assistant professor and 2003 graduate, is being recognized for her work promoting effective antibiotic stewardship in animals. 

Paula Cray

Apr 15, 2021

World Health Organization Launches Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance Program Co-Developed at NC State

The CVM helped lead the protocol development as part of its role as a designated WHO collaborating center to combat AMR. The college is one of 18 centers worldwide focused on AMR.  

antimicrobial resistance

Mar 25, 2021

Stepping Back To See Antimicrobial Resistance’s Big Picture

Dual DVM/Ph.D. student Annie Wang recently received a NIH fellowship to investigate potential evolutionary and ecological factors in AMR development. 

turkeys on farm

Feb 24, 2021

Campylobacter Strains Exchange Genes, Can Become More Virulent and Antibiotic Resistant

New CVM-led research finds that Campylobacter bacteria persist throughout poultry production – from farm to grocery shelves – and that two of the most common strains are exchanging genetic material.