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AKC breed sensitivity study

May 25, 2021

New NC State Veterinary Medicine Project Aims to Unlock Mysteries of Dog Pain

The groundbreaking study is exploring whether pain sensitivity differs by dog breed. 

Labrador's head in profile. Close-up, shallow depth of field.

Nov 6, 2014

Epilepsy Awareness: Discoveries at NC State Benefit Pets and People

The CCMTR epilepsy-related research is ongoing and early pilot studies underway in various labs include pharmacokinetic studies of novel anticonvulsants, evaluation of technologies to monitor and... 

Bowl Lydia Boesc

Jul 25, 2014

Clinical Studies Core at the Center of One Medicine Efforts at NC State College of Veterinary Medicine

Photo by Hannah Sharpe/ The Pilot For dogs like Moose—a friendly yellow Labrador retriever—a day of volunteering for a clinical study at North Carolina State University might involve walking on a pressure mat to evaluate his arthritis, having blood samples taken for epilepsy studies, or receiving a therapeutic diet to help his immune system settle… 

Oct 15, 2013

Clinical Research Investigations at NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Advance Animal Health

The NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine conducts clinical research as part of the mission to advance veterinary knowledge and improve animal health. These investigations are open to qualifying clients of referring veterinarians and the NC State Veterinary Health Complex as well as members of the animal-owning public. The following are a few recent clinical studies:… 

Jan 24, 2012

NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine Joins FDA in Study of Salmonella in dogs, cats

Researchers at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine have joined forces with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to study the prevalence of Salmonella infections in pet dogs and cats. Dr. Siddhartha Thakur, assistant professor in the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology and a member of the Center for Comparative Medicine…