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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.

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.

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.

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.

Distinguished Award Winners 2014

College names 2014 Distinguished Award winners

Published: Jun 3rd, 2014

The college recently named its 2014 Distinguished Award winners.

Animal Airwaves group shot

Animal Airwaves radio program wins national award

Published: Mar 31st, 2014

The college’s Animal Airwaves radio program has received a national award from a human medical association.

Dr. Valerie Scharf and dog

UF researchers: Gold-based drug shows promise for fighting bone cancer in people and pets

Published: Mar 28th, 2014

A gold-based drug currently used in human and veterinary medicine to manage certain immune diseases may help fight osteosarcoma, UF researchers say.

UF veterinarians report spike in leptospirosis cases

Published: Mar 10th, 2014

UF veterinarians report seeing a spike in leptospirosis cases, urge practitioners and pet owners to be vigilant.