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FVSpring2016

Florida Veterinarian Magazine, Spring 2016

Published: Apr 21st, 2016

Read the special 40th Anniversary issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine here.

Dr. Julie Levy

DNA studies reveal that shelter workers often mislabel dogs as ‘pit bulls’

Published: Feb 17th, 2016

DNA studies reveal that shelter workers often mislabel dogs as ‘pit bulls’, UF researchers report.

Dr. Paul Nicoletti

Beloved UF veterinary medical professor passes away

Published: Feb 3rd, 2016

Dr. Paul Nicoletti, a professor emeritus of infectious diseases, benefactor and longtime advocate for students, has died.

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Florida Veterinarian magazine: Fall 2015 issue

Published: Oct 5th, 2015

The Fall 2015 issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine is now online.

Rick Johnson 2015

Professor receives key teaching, research awards

Published: Jun 24th, 2015

A professor of anatomy and neuroscience at the UFCVM has received two key awards for teaching and research.

Dr. Paul Davenport

Researchers: Brain changes present in children with sleep disorder, even during wakefulness

Published: May 18th, 2015

UF, UPenn researchers say brain changes are present in children with sleep disorder, even during wakefulness.

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Rare parasite colonizing snails in South Florida

Published: Feb 25th, 2015

UF researchers say a rare species of parasite, known as the rat lungworm, is colonizing snails in South Florida.

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.

Dr. Katherine Sayler

UF researchers discover new virus in ticks

Published: Jan 13th, 2015

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

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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.