CMI Funding Leads to Publication for Boss

July 17, 2017 | ldcostin

A 2014-2015 Meeting and Greet Pilot Project, Microenvironmental and Tumor Responses to Partial Irradiation In Vivo,  has lead to a publication in the journal, Cancer and Pharmacology.  Congratulations to Dr. Keara Boss and her co-authors, MW Dewhirst, RS...

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CMI Sponsors International Comparative Workshop at NC State University

June 6, 2017 | ldcostin

By Dr. Jeff Yoder Comparative immunology is a relatively small, but incredibly diverse field. Groups under this umbrella study pathology, cell biology, biochemistry, genomics, development, the evolution of immune function, and the ecological aspects of...

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CMI Researchers’ Animal Model May Aid in Comparative Knee Studies

June 1, 2017 | janettif

Stephanie G. Cone and Matthew B. Fisher, CMI members from North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina, Sean G. Simpson, Jorge A. Piedrahita (CMI Director) from North Carolina State University and Lynn...

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A Word from the Director – May 2017

June 1, 2017 | ldcostin

Less than two years and CMI is now a thriving active community. Each of the four research programs continues to mature and lead exciting new initiatives. Equally important, the increased role and participation by the...

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Thank you Julie Nettifee

June 1, 2017 | ldcostin

The CMI would like to thank Julie Nettifee for all of her hard work and dedication to our organization. Julie started with the CCMTR in February 24, 2014 and was instrumental in helping with all...

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Trudy Mackay Named Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Chair

May 9, 2017 | ldcostin

The CMI would like to congratulate Dr. Trudy Mackay, Associate Director of the Translational Genetics and Genomics Program, for being named a Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Chair for her cutting-edge research.  More information can be found at...

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Celebration of TPP Research

May 9, 2017 | ldcostin

By Anthony Blikslager The Translational Pharmacology and Physiology (TPP) program of the Comparative Medicine Institute held their Spring Retreat March 23rd at the JC Raulston Arboretum. At the event, entitled a “Celebration of TPP Research”...

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CMI Interactive Science Outreach at CVM Open House 2017

April 26, 2017 | janettif

    An estimated 10,000+ visitors explored the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Open House on Saturday, April 1.  CMI/CVM research exhibits provided hands-on interactive science in program areas such as infectious disease modeling, clinical...

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CMI Andy’s Army Invited Visitors To CVM 2017 Open House

April 26, 2017 | janettif

Written by Patti Reitz and Susan Bechtel, Andy’s Army (Reprinted with Permission) For kids, a trip to Disneyland is as good as it gets. For Patti Reitz and Sue Bechtel of Andy’s Army, our fantasy...

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CMI-CNR-PDU Collaborate to Mentor NSF Grant Team

April 26, 2017 | janettif

By Julie Nettifee A joint collaboration between the Comparative Medicine Institute (CMI), NC State College of Natural Resources (CNR) and NC State Proposal Development unit (PDU) was initiated to support the development of National Science Foundation’s...

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