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  • NC State Veterinary Medicine
    College of Veterinary Medicine is a driving force in veterinary research and training Study at CVM Support CVM CVM Resources News Veterinary Hospital People Vet Library Maps Directions CVM Internal Emergencies Small Animals 919 513 6911 Large Animals 919 513 6630 Shaping the Future of Veterinary Medicine Ground Breaking Research Comprised of over 100 faculty representing more than 25 disciplines Leading Education A stimulating technology rich environment where students train with the best World Class Hospital State of the art medical center for companion equine and farm animals Community Collaboration Programs and education that improve the well being of North Carolina s animals CVM Latest News More Stories CVM Researcher in Global Partnership to Combat Pet Epilepsy Composed of 21 member institutions the partnership seeks for the first time ever in veterinary medicine to provide veterinarians breeders and pet owners with critical information on various aspects of epilepsy CVM Researcher Helps Discover New Human Species Creates 3D Fossils for Classroom Walker is helping describe and analyze some 1 500 specimens from what is called the most astonishing human fossil discovery of the past 50 years College of Veterinary Medicine Welcomes Dr Belinda Akpa Dr Akpa uses computational approaches to understand relationships between activity on the molecular level and related results 250 acre Centennial Biomedical Campus Providing opportunities for industry and government researchers entrepreneurs clinical trial companies as well as collaborations with other universities to work side by side with faculty and students at the College of Veterinary Medicine Learn more here Upcoming Events Full Calendar Oct 28 Wednesday 7 00 PM Using Technology to Measure Pain in Animals B 112 South Theater Oct 29 Thursday 6 30 PM HEALL Pet Grief Support Group NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Nov 5 Thursday 7 30 PM Raleigh Aquarium Society Club Meeting

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  • CVM- Current Students | NC State Veterinary Medicine
    15 PM Networking For People Who Hate Networking DVM STUDENT QUICK LINKS Academic Calendars and Schedules Advising Clinical Competencies Competency Tracking Curriculum Information Forms Online Course Materials CVM Student Latest News More Stories Annual CVM Rabies Clinic NC State CVM students help sponsor low cost rabies vaccination clinic for cats dogs in Wendell NC CVM Graduate Recipient of Science in Practice Award The Science in Practice Award presented at the

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  • Alumni and Donors | NC State Veterinary Medicine
    passion for animal and human health into careers that serve communities and strengthen the bonds people have with their animals Your connection to the College of Veterinary Medicine helps give current students the tools they need to become skilled practitioners and researchers They look to your success as an example your continuing support helps our students become the next generation of leaders in their fields 2000 Alumni and Growing Stay Connected Get Involved Your connection to the College of Veterinary Medicine helps give current students the tools they need to become skilled professionals Visit our alumni site Support The College of Veterinary Medicine Each year the dedicated caregivers at the College of Veterinary Medicine touch the lives of thousands who face medical emergencies or disease or who seek to improve the quality of life for their companion animals The success of our work depends in large part on the gifts and donations from people just like you Alumni friends partners and animal lovers whose generosity enables many of our efforts Learn more about our donors and why they were inspired to support the College For donors who are passionate about a specific area of Veterinary Medicine the Foundation offers a number of different opportunities to direct gifts to those areas Animals give so much to mankind it s only fitting that we give back something to them Randall B Terry Jr Giving Opportunities Area of Greatest Need Support programs and services of the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation Walk of Honor Designate a brick or paver in the Walk of Honor and tell family and friends how much they mean to you Gallop of Honor Each contribution directly supports the College of Veterinary Medicine s Equine Health Program Programmatic Gifts Support one of CVM s nine programmatic areas from animal

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  • About CVM | NC State Veterinary Medicine
    fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education The last evaluation was conducted in 2014 College Details Dean s Office College Leadership Mission Fast Facts Awards and Honors Maps and Directions News and Info Support CVM Our mission is to enhance animal and human health through innovative discovery and education D Paul Lunn Dean College of Veterinary Medicine NC State University Instructional Departments Clinical Sciences Trains students interested in becoming veterinary practitioners Molecular Biomedical Sciences Trains doctors of veterinary medicine and graduate students interested in research based careers Population Health and Pathobiology Trains doctors of veterinary medicine who will specialize in understanding and reducing disease in animal populations World Class Education Veterinary education is the most vital obligation of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine which is ranked as one of the top veterinary educational programs in North America 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 DVM students develop key competencies necessary for success in private practice industry government and academia The curriculum includes instruction and practice in teamwork client interactions and public communication as well as the development of interpersonal and organizational skills Leaders in Their Field CVM Alumni Make Their Marks Dr Nikki Schweizer a recent veterinary school graduate started a mobile vet clinic to serve the Hickory area CVM Faculty Are World Renowned Dr Matthew Breen has been named the Oscar J Fletcher Distinguished Professor in Comparative Oncology Genetics Solution Oriented College research efforts involve some 100 faculty members from 25 disciplines working with more than 20 animal species Researchers address critical issues in biomedical agricultural and biological sciences through experimental approaches and techniques ranging from basic discovery in molecular biology The goal

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  • Education | NC State Veterinary Medicine
    The NC State Veterinary Hospital provides cutting edge technology in every area from a biplane fluoroscopy unit and a 64 slice computed tomography scanner to a Varian Trilogy Linear Accelerator The facility constructed for education as well as clinical excellence includes dedicated teaching space and service specific rounds room Our 130 000 square foot research facilities include state of the art laboratories for research teams as well as a BioSafety Level 3 laboratory for investigations into infectious diseases and a clinical studies core for clinical trials Faculty researchers research technicians and graduate students conduct leading edge studies in regenerative medicine infectious diseases comparative genetics biological barriers and neurobiology to advance the health of both human beings and animals Learn more about the Centennial Biomedical Campus 250 acre Centennial Biomedical Campus Providing opportunities for industry and government researchers entrepreneurs clinical trial companies as well as collaborations with other universities to work side by side with faculty and students at the College of Veterinary Medicine Learn more here Experiential Learning NC State CVM graduates annually rank their time spent on the Teaching Animal Unit TAU as one of the best aspects of their education Located on approximately 80 of the 180 acres of a former dairy farm the TAU is a dynamic teaching lab for veterinary students to learn husbandry production management and routine procedures used in livestock production Students are able to observe and work with healthy animals in a real farm setting This is just one of many experiential learning opportunities that complement the academic curriculum for NC State students Other learning initiatives include Clubs Communication Courses Electives Externships International Travel Psychomotor Skills Selectives Strategic Thinking and Wet Labs Additionally all CVM students have the ability to become involved in internships from the very start of their studies I ve gained a new perspective on veterinary research and acquired a soft spot in my heart for our stubby legged long bodied canine friends Sarah Blau Sarah Blau Secondary year veterinary student class of 2017 Careers in Veterinary Medicine Whether they re pets livestock or working animals animals matter to individuals and society Every community needs veterinary professionals to provide animal health care but veterinarians also do many other kinds of jobs They make sure the nation s food supply is safe They work to control the spread of diseases They conduct research that helps both animals and humans Veterinarians are at the forefront of protecting the public s health and welfare The following list is not exhaustive but provides an overview of careers where graduates of veterinary medical schools can effectively apply their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine DVM degrees Veterinary Medicine s Many Career Facets Private Practice either general practice or with advanced training and experience a specialty field such as ophthalmology orthopedics aquatic animal medicine marine biology wildlife animal medicine or emergency animal medicine Corporate Veterinary Medicine with corporations that provide veterinary care test human drugs for safety or produce animal related products Federal Government which employs veterinarians through

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  • Education – DVM | NC State Veterinary Medicine
    of an Expert Our goal is to prepare graduates who step into the profession with the most up to date veterinary medical knowledge possible skills that prepare them to practice veterinary medicine at the top of their fields an awareness of the veterinary issues at a local national and international level and a dedication to the continued pursuit of knowledge throughout their professional lives As such we have built into our curriculum the following measures of success in each of these important areas Knowledge A graduate will effectively use knowledge of comparative medical science in the provision of veterinary clinical care and other contexts in which veterinary medicine plays a key role This is characterized as the ability to possess and apply the knowledge needed to solve animal health problems locate the needed knowledge efficiently and successfully using contemporary media and technology to access and manage information critically evaluate information and its sources integrate medical and scientific information and apply it to the solution of animal health problems Skills A graduate will effectively use cognitive and psychomotor skills in the practice of veterinary clinical care and other contexts in which veterinary medicine plays a key role This will be characterized as the ability to identify define and analyze clinical problems of a diverse range of species identify or create processes to solve clinical problems in a diverse range of species interpret facts and data in the context of the clinical problems to be solved design preventative and therapeutic plans for common medical problems of animals and animal human disease interactions perform surgical and medical procedures needed to care for veterinary patients demonstrating acceptable standards of animal handling pain control sterility instrument and device handling tissue handling and safety perform imaging and other diagnostic procedures and accurately interpret obtained data used for the diagnosis and treatment of disease in animals use scientific methods for the investigation of problems and use research based information in the clinical care of veterinary patients Awareness A graduate will effectively use awareness of local national international and professional communities in which he or she practices to meet the needs of society in an effective and ethical manner This will be characterized as the ability to acknowledge personal responsibility for one s value judgments and behavior understand and accept social cultural global and environmental responsibilities particularly as they relate to animal welfare sustainability of animal resources and one health demonstrate professionalism in the face of societal diversity including racial ethnic gender sexual orientation socio economic and cultural differences work with manage and lead others in ways that facilitate their contribution to the organization and the wider community use communication as a tool for interacting and relating to others demonstrating patience compassion and empathy make effective use of oral written and visual means to critique negotiate create and communicate understanding apply sound business and management principles to the organizations in which one works operate within the legal constraints of the society in which one lives exhibit truth honesty

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  • Education – Graduate Programs | NC State Veterinary Medicine
    programs leading to advanced speciality training for veterinary school graduates Master of Veterinary Public Health Master of Specialized Veterinary Medicine and Master of Comparative Biomedical Sciences In aggregate the College of Veterinary Medicine offers some of the most diverse and flexible graduate training opportunities in the biological and biomedical sciences at NCSU These opportunities are supported by College departments and research centers situated on the NCSU Centennial Biomedical Campus Southern Pines and coastal North Carolina Combined DVM and Graduate Degrees Enhance your knowledge and combine your interests and goals Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students can combine their DVM degree with either an MBA offered through the NC State Jenkins Graduate School of Management in the Poole College of Management or a PhD offered through the NC State Graduate School Learn more our combined professional and graduate degrees Comparative Biomedical Sciences The Comparative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program is a multidisciplinary graduate program with faculty who are employing state of the art techniques to address a number of interesting scientific problems in the basic and applied biomedical sciences The Comparative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program confers Master of Science M S and Doctor of Philosophy Ph D degrees Explore the Program State of the Art Techniques Students have the opportunity to select from one of six concentration areas for their graduate research Cell Biology Infectious Diseases Immunology Pharmacology Pathology and Population Medicine The faculty in these areas have joined to offer a flexible program with many interdisciplinary opportunities which can be adapted to meet the needs of an individual student Specialized Veterinary Medicine The creation of the non thesis master s degree track MSpVM for the Veterinary Medicine Graduate Program was proposed to enhance scholarship and competitiveness of veterinarians completing advanced specialty training at the College These programs are designed to provide experiences

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  • Education – Residencies | NC State Veterinary Medicine
    the world with an outstanding applicant pool and a superb cadre of specialists committed to their training Top Expert Knowledge State of the Art Facilities The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to providing outstanding training residents In addition to exposure to a large caseload residency programs offer opportunities to attend in house rounds seminars and conferences to teach fourth year veterinary students and to participate in clinical or basic research projects Residency programs are typically three years in length and offer opportunities to obtain specialty training under the supervision of experienced board certified faculty members All programs conform to the guidelines established by the relevant specialty colleges and are designed to prepare residents for specialty board certification and a career in private or academic specialty practice Residencies Anatomic Pathology Anesthesia Cardiology Clinical Animal Behavior Clinical Pathology Clinical Pharmacology Clinical Veterinary Pharmacy Dermatology Emergency Critical Care Equine Internal Medicine Equine Surgery Large Animal Surgery Neurology Oncology Ophthalmology Poultry Health Management Radiation Oncology Radiology Ruminant Health Management Small Animal Internal Medicine Clinician Investigator Program Small Animal Surgery Zoological Medicine American Association of Veterinary Clinicians VIRMP Match Program Apply for Residencies Using VIRMP For most of the programs candidates will

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