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The official page of the College of Veterinary Medicine at NC State University. We provide economic, societal and intellectual prosperity for the veterinary profession and the health and well‐being of people and their animals.
Ranked third in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine is a driving force in both animal and human health and a global center of medical excellence. Our world-leading faculty and clinicians are at the forefront of interdisciplinary biomedical innovation, conducting solution-driven research that defines the interconnections between animal and human health. Our extensive partnerships with business, industry, and government build a culture of collaboration that helps solve today's most pressing health challenges. And as the national leader in experiential teaching and learning, we are training the next generation of skilled, compassionate veterinary health professionals equipped to serve the global community.
Mission: The mission of the College of Veterinary Medicine is to enhance the career and life success of students, staff, faculty, and veterinary professionals through initiatives in curriculum and lifelong learning, development of leadership and entrepreneurial skills, and partnerships with the community. College programs in animal health and wellness improve animal and human health and well being, and contribute to the economy of North Carolina and beyond through education, research (medical discovery), service, extension and engagement.
From our spooky family to yours, have a safe and fun Halloween!
The class of 1988's Donna Matthews Jarrell has been named president of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine.
Congrats, Dr. Jarrell!
"Everyone was exceptional. Dr Tou was caring while explaining Sophie's condition to us. Karli Kemp went out of her way to make us feel comfortable.
"Thank you for caring, understanding, and exceptional service during tough times." — John from Cary
Our Fall Program on Race and Representation speaker series continues Friday with a 2 p.m. talk from Dr. Ruby L. Perry, dean of Tuskegee University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, on Tuskegee's contributions to the veterinary profession.
Join us via our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/NCStateVetMed
Make sure your pets have a scary-good — but safe — Halloween this year with some of our tips.
October news and updates: Diversity and inclusion series, a new scholarship endowment and more from a busy month at the CVM.
Diversity and inclusion series, a new scholarship endowment and more from a busy month at the CVM.
When your backyard is even more beautiful than usual.
Photo by the class of 2022's Allyson Patterson.
Tune in: Join Dr. Schnabel today at 2 p.m. for a free webinar on her groundbreaking work on stem cell therapies presented by the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation.
October research roundup: Feline heart disease, equine blindness and more of our latest published studies.
Feline heart disease, equine blindness and more of the latest published research from the CVM.
Have you loved a black cat today? Happy National Black Cat Day!
“It’s amazing how people who don’t know you still believe in you. A million thank-yous to the Annables.”
The class of 2022's Paola Cruz Ramos has been determined to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian even before she could see the way forward.
Don't forget to tune in today at 3 p.m. as Laura Nelson, associate dean and director of academic affairs, talks about inclusion in veterinary medicine internships and residencies.
"Our experience was excellent. Everyone from the receptionist who first took our call, to the technician to the doctor behaved with great compassion, skill and professionalism. I can’t say enough nice things about our visit — Lily is doing fine!" — Chris, Raleigh
Monique Pairis-Garcia, CVM associate professor of global production animal welfare, has been elected to serve on the National Pork Board's swine educators executive committee.
Congrats, Dr. Pairis-Garcia!
Clinical trial: We're looking for participants for an investigation into new treatments for apocrine gland anal sac adenocarcinoma (AGASACA).
Congratulations to the class of 2021's Beth Lewis and Sara Tufts on receiving scholarships from the AAEP's Foundation for the Horse.
Two members of the CVM class of 2021 have been honored with scholarships from the Foundation for the Horse.
Join us tomorrow, Oct. 22, at noon as we continue our Fall Program on Race and Representation speaker series with a talk from John Thelin on the legacy of land grant institutions.
The general public may participate through our YouTube channel: http://ow.ly/Ncgy50BZ4aa
"I’m so grateful to Dr. Gieger, the Petco Foundation and the Blue Buffalo Cancer Treatment Fund. They’ve saved my dog. I couldn’t have done it without their support."
When the Staffordshire terrier developed a fast-growing cancerous tumor on the upper part of his left shoulder, his owner feared that she might be losing her beloved friend. Thanks to expert treatment and assistance from a special fund, things are looking up.
Congratulations to Julie Nettifee, Veterinary Nurse Hero of the Year.
“In a year such as this, I am filled with such gratitude to all, including many of the animals that have filled my stories, allowed me to learn and have shared gifts and lessons I will never forget.”
The national competition honors the dedication of veterinary clinicians and staff — and the lives they have changed.
Swine's Promising Next Generation: Cactus Family Farms veterinarian seeks knowledge, opportunities for more efficient production.
"Tanner and I adore the vet school for his rehabilitation. His team has added months to his life.
I have peace of mind that I have knowledgeable partners who are traveling this journey with Tanner and me. It means the world." — Vickie, Raleigh
"The heart and soul of our hospital": During National Veterinary Technician Week and every week, we couldn't do it without our dedicated team of techs and veterinary staff.
Thank you to all.
In celebration of National Veterinary Technician Week, the CVM-based "Vet Tech-Tastic" podcast's latest episode discusses how to appreciate vet techs year-round.
National Veterinary Technician Week is October 11-17, 2020. But in this episode of "Vet Tech-tastic", Stef and Laura discuss what veterinarians can do to show that they appreciate their techs all year round
Clinical trial: We're enrolling dogs for a new study to determine whether there are differences in sensitivity among breeds.
For the pork industry, forecasting disease outbreaks would change the game. New NC State CVM research led by Gustavo Machado is leading the way.
Forecasting disease outbreaks before they occur allows specific control strategies to be tailored to farms in the short-term and the long-term, offering an opportunity to prevent infection.
Clinical trial: We're looking for healthy Doberman pinschers to participate in a study into genetic causes of dilated cardiomyopathy.
Our Fall Program on Race and Representation speaker series continues at noon tomorrow, Oct. 15, with a talk from Fields Jackson, founder and CEO of "Racing Toward Diversity" magazine.
The public can participate via YoUTube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/NCStateVetMed
A new scholarship endowment from the class of 1989's Linda Kuhn exemplifies her personal philosophy: "We make a living by what we get, and we make a life by what we give.”
The Linda J. Kuhn Class of 1989 Graduate Award Endowment will give CVM students a financial boost as they focus on making an impact on the veterinary world.
Perform emergency first aid
Prepare animals for surgery
Discuss care plans with pet owners
“I’m very happy to be able to be here during these trying times for everyone,” says Brandi Bush, our new house officer coordinator.
Brandi Bush comes to the CVM as its house officer coordinator after 18 years in human health care.
Our own Julie Nettifee is one of 5 national finalists for the American Humane Hero Veterinarian Nurse Award.
Tune in at 8 p.m. Monday, October 19 on the Hallmark Channel for stories on all the nominees and to see who takes home the top prize.
This heartwarming special celebrates the powerful bond between dogs and people. Hosted by Carson Kressley with many special guests.
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