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Cat’s meow: Wish comes true for young cardiac patient

Published: February 11th, 2014

A special wish came true for a young cardiac patient, thanks to UF veterinarians and her doctors.

Barbet and Al-Khedery

UF Rising highlights Global Health Initiative

Published: January 31st, 2014

UF plans to build on its strengths in both veterinary and human medicine to become a world leader in the science of infectious and zoonotic diseases.

Dr. Jacobson holds ground boa

UF researchers develop blood test for fatal disease of boas and pythons

Published: January 29th, 2014

UF researchers have developed a simple blood test to identify the presence of a usually fatal disease that strikes boas and pythons.


CVM Open House

Published: January 21st, 2014

Hospital tours, educational demonstrations and much more! This year’s college Open House will be held April 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is free and the public is invited.

Dr. Nanny Wenzlow with bones

New forensic pathology fellowship fills key gap in veterinary sciences

Published: January 16th, 2014

Dr. Nanny Wenzlow is UF’s first veterinary forensic pathology fellow in a new, nationally unique program.

Dr. Pozzi performs orthopedic exam

UF veterinarians seek dogs for stem cell studies to treat chronic orthopedic disease

Published: December 11th, 2013

UF veterinarians seek dogs with chronic orthopedic disease for two studies focusing on the use of stem cells as an alternative to surgical treatment.

Bubbles with her care team.

UF veterinarians successfully remove massive tumor from dog face

Published: December 9th, 2013

A 5-year-old mastiff mix named Bubbles’ health burden is lighter and her future brighter, thanks to UF veterinarians who removed a 9-pound tumor from the dog’s skull on Nov. 25.

Horse beats odds to survive, recuperates after unprecedented surgery at UF

Published: December 3rd, 2013

A year after UF veterinarians removed a piece of bone from her broken shoulder in a procedure believed to be the first of its kind, a 9-year-old quarter horse is finally home with her owner.

Veterinary student Cleon Hendricks, with Dr. Julie Levy. Hendricks participated in the tail vaccination study through the Merial Veterinary Scholars program.

UF researchers: Tail vaccinations in cats could save lives

Published: October 31st, 2013

An alternative to a widely accepted vaccination protocol in cats could literally move the needle in terms of feline cancer treatment, UF researchers say.

Business externship students

New program helps UF veterinary students, enhance business skills

Published: October 15th, 2013

A practice management externship is the capstone of a new business certificate program now being offered to UF veterinary students.