North Carolina State University Clinical Program Overview
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ACVP Training Program Overview

Name of Institution: North Carolina State University
Address: NC State University
College of Veterinary Medicine
1060 William Moore Drive
Raleigh, NC 27607

Program Coordinators and Emails:
Dr. Devorah Stowe,

Resident Representatives and Emails:
Dr. Amy DiDomenico,
Dr. Hiro Mochizuki,
Dr. Cory Sims,
Dr. Jessica Marin,

Prerequisites Beyond DVM:
None, Internship or practical experience preferred.


Program Information:
Program  CP AP Combined MS/PhD
Program Options

Full Time Residents 3
Typical # of years for completion 3
Money to go to one (1) meeting/year  $1000/year awarded twice to attend meetings during 3 year period. Additional funds available for meetings and externships as needed.
Money for books and supplies CP library of books provided for diagnostic work and board prep
Independent research/publication required for program completion? 2 first author publications- 1 major, 1 minor


Case Load:

 Small Animals Large Animals Exotic/Zoo Animals Lab Animals
Anatomic Pathology
Clinical Pathology 87%  10% 3% 0.4%

Teaching Certificate required.
There are post-residency MS/PhD opportunities available.

Other Opportunities:
Specialty Rounds Opportunities:
CP board prep
CP journal club
CP topic rounds
House office seminar
Histopathology rounds and seminar
Gross Pathology seminar
Internal medicine house office rounds
Cytology/Oncology rounds

Other opportunities:
Send-in cytopathology service
Rotate through Antech Diagnostics of Cary, NC
Rotate through Rollins State Diagnostic Lab for additional histopathology training
Flow Cytometry
Close proximity to Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill Medical Schools


Percentage of Time Spent in Activities - Clinical Pathology:

Service  Teaching  Seminar/Courses  Research  Other 
Year 1 50 15 15 5 15
Year 2 40 15 15 10 20
Year 3  40 20 10 5 25
Year 4

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