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Global Health

Dean Lunn lectures

May 25, 2021

Lunn to Step Down as NC State Veterinary Medicine Dean in January

Lunn, who has led the CVM since 2012, will leave a legacy of monumental growth and increasing global influence at 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.  

Bartonella image

Apr 8, 2021

Pilot Study Finds Evidence of Bartonella Infection in Schizophrenia Patients

Bartonella are bacteria historically associated with cat-scratch disease, which until recently was thought to be solely a short-lived or self-limiting infection. 

sphynx cat close up portrait looking at you

Mar 30, 2021

NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, March 2021

A feline genetic mutation discovery, treating canine seizures and more of the latest published research from NC State Veterinary Medicine. 

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. 

Marisa Hofmeister

Mar 3, 2021

Hofmeister Awarded Scholarship at the Perfect Time

The class of 2021's Marisa Hofmeister, the recipient of the Sandy Thach Scholarship in Veterinary Medicine, is the first person in her family to attend college. 

NC State CVM cow eating alfalfa

Feb 26, 2021

NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, February 2021

Cattle pain management, investigating an emerging pathogen and more of the latest published research from NC State Veterinary Medicine. 


Feb 25, 2021

NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, February 2021

Alfreda Johnson Webb's impact, COVID-19 sniffing dogs and more from a busy month on campus. 

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.