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Clinical Trials

Mike Nolan

Jan 12, 2021

NC State Clinical Trial Testing Promising Canine Osteosarcoma Treatment

The trial at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is testing a new drug designed to enhance radiation therapy. 

Zeb Carter and Saint

Jul 28, 2020

Gut Microbiome Study Could Guide New Canine Epilepsy Treatments

Neurology professor Karen Muñana is leading a new three-year study into canine epilepsy, the most common neurological condition in dogs, but one of the least understood. 

NC State University's Dr. Natasha Olby works with a colleage at the University's College of Veterinary Medicine. Photo by Marc Hall/NC State University

Jun 29, 2015

Neurology Study May Lead to Better Outcomes for Paraplegic Dogs

A one-size-fits-all approach is not ideal for treating spinal cord injuries, according to findings from a clinical trial conducted by NC State researchers... 

Chronic Mobility

Nov 6, 2013

NC State University Comparative Pain Research Lab Studies Role of Pain in Chronic Mobility Issues

Researchers in the Comparative Pain Research Laboratory at NC State University’s Veterinary Health Complex are seeking participants for a clinical trial that seeks to measure pain levels in dogs. Eligible dogs are two or older, weigh at least 33 pounds, and exhibit lameness in hind limbs, stiffness in the hips and/ or stifle joint, or a… 

Apr 25, 2009

CVM Leads National Trial Involving Acute Disc Herniations in Canines

The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is the lead investigator in a national trial evaluating the effectiveness of medical therapies combined with surgical treatment of severe acute disc herniations in dogs. A common problem in chondrodystrophoid breeds such as Dachshunds, Bassett Hounds, Pekinese, Beagles, and Lhasa Apsos, acute intervertebral disc herniations (IVDD) occur when the…