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Comparative Pain Research Lab

 

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Our Dr. David Knazovicky accepting a recognition award for his research and poster presentation.

 

2014 Research Forum Awards

We are pleased to have been able to participate with several entries in this CVM Annual Research Forum and Litwick Lecture. We are proud of our research and our lab members. Link of presentations found here.

Poster Presentation Winners

Recognition

Margaret Gruen

Advisor: Lascelles

CLINICAL TRIAL APPLICATION OF A CLINICAL PHENOMENON: DETERIORATION FOLLOWING WITHDRAWAL OF ACTIVE MEDICATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN IN CATS WITH DEGENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE

Recognition

David Knazovicky

Advisor: Lascelles

EFFICACY OF CANINE ANTI-NERVE GROWTH FACTOR ANTIBODY FOR THE ALLEVIATION OF DEGENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE-ASSOCIATED PAIN IN DOGS

 

Open House 2014

This year, we were fortunate to be able to set up a table at the annual open house that allowed us to discuss our research with the public. The best part was educating people that their pet might have arthritis instead of the attitude that their pet is "just getting old".

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Our lab members discuss our research with the public. Video, fliers, and a poster were used to help with explanations

 

NEWS

Clinician scientists in the Comparative Pain Research Laboratory at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine have uncovered a novel method to detect clinically relevant pain relief in cats suffering from Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD). The findings could enhance the ability to test new treatment therapies for pets as well as people who suffer from chronic pain. READ MORE

Link to ABSTRACT

 

MISSION STATEMENT

Mission is to improve our ability to manage pain in non-human species

Nuestra misión es mejorar la capacidad de controlar el dolor en especies animales diferentes al ser humano.