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Margaret Gruen

cats walk outside on a path

Feb 3, 2022

NC State Plays Pivotal Role in Revolutionary Feline Osteoarthritis Treatment

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine researchers Margaret Gruen and Duncan Lascelles played a key role in the first treatment for osteoarthritis pain in cats approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration.  

pets waiting for owner

Aug 4, 2021

Adjusting Pets to Life After COVID-19 Quarantine

Margaret Gruen, assistant professor of behavioral medicine, talks about how post-quarantine scheduling shifts may impact pets — and how you can help ease them back into the routine they once knew so well. 

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. 

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Jan 27, 2021

Survey: Barriers, Not Demographics, Affect Willingness to Pursue Veterinary Care

The study finds that when seeking veterinary care for dogs, barriers to access – including a lack of trust – have more effect on the decision-making process than differences in race, gender or socioeconomic status. 

Sleeping dog

Dec 18, 2020

Study Sets Baseline for Sleep Patterns in Healthy Adult Dogs

The canine sleep study could guide research on chronic pain and cognitive dysfunction in dogs, potentially improving detection and treatment. 

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Apr 3, 2020

Inside an Unprecedented Month at the CVM

During this difficult time, we remain dedicated to teaching the next generation of veterinarians and providing compassionate and comprehensive medical care. 

girl in wheelchair with service dog

Feb 13, 2019

CVM Service Dog Research Awarded $1.5 Million NIH Grant

The research project focuses on the emotional and cognitive development of working dog puppies during different growth stages to get a better understanding of how service dog traits develop.