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Dr. Dana Zimmel

Zimmel named college’s associate dean for clinical services

Published: Apr 21st, 2015

Dr. Dana Zimmel, UF Veterinary Hospitals’ chief of staff since 2010, has been named associate dean for clinical services.

Colleges launches groundbreaking new scholarship initiative

Published: Apr 15th, 2015

An ambitious new scholarship program aims to rapidly increase scholarship awards by tenfold.

SAH-Level 1 certification

UF Small Animal Hospital certified as Level 1 emergency center

Published: Feb 16th, 2015

The UF Small Animal Hospital is now a certified Level 1 veterinary emergency facility.

Dr. Pascual

Scientist aims to break cycle of Brucella in livestock and human infection

Published: Jan 28th, 2015

An infectious disease researcher at the UFCVM is leading an effort to develop a vaccine for Brucellosis in humans and in livestock.

Isaza named Grevior Shelter Medicine Community Outreach Professor

Published: Jan 27th, 2015

Dr. Natalie Isaza has been named the Grevior Shelter Medicine Community Outreach Professor.

UF researchers discover new virus in ticks

Published: Jan 13th, 2015

UF researchers have discovered that a common tick harbors an unusual virus.

Zebu receiving hemodialysis

Zebu recuperating at home after treatment at UF for kidney injury

Published: Dec 17th, 2014

A pet zebu is recuperating at home after receiving hemodialysis treatment at UF for kidney injury.

Veterinarian, dentist collaborate to help cat through unique dental procedure

Published: Nov 12th, 2014

UF veterinarian, dentist collaborate to help cat through unique dental procedure.

Cover FV Fall 2014

Florida Veterinarian, Fall 2014 issue

Published: Oct 9th, 2014

The Fall 2014 issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine is now online and available for viewing as a PDF.

Rae Marie Smith with Tsensation.

New UF grading system could improve survival in some horses with colic

Published: Sep 17th, 2014

A novel approach to managing a challenging form of equine colic could save the lives of many horses, UF researchers say.