NC State University Agromedicine Program
Established in 1999, the NC Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit addresses the critical health and safety issues of the farming, fishing and forestry industry.
NC Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit
Graduate students conduct mainly field-oriented research in cooperation with biologists from the unit, at agencies, and at other universities.
Center for Applied Aquatic Ecology
The center provides water quality research information to augment programs aimed at optimizing management and wise use of water resources in protecting fish and human health.
SE Climate Adaptation Science Center
The SE Climate Adaptation Science Center works with natural and cultural resource managers to gather scientific information and build tools that help fish, wildlife, and ecosystems adapt to the impacts of climate change.