Published: Jan 11th, 2016
Associate Professor Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 110880 2015 SW 16th Ave Gainesville, FL 32611-0880 352-294-8293 (office) 352-294-8289, 294-8290 or 294-8291 (labs) FAX 352-392-9704 Education MD, Nanjing […]
Published: Jan 6th, 2016
Professor Department of Physiological Sciences Box 100144 Gainesville, FL 32610-0103 email@example.com Office: 352-294-4010 Fax: 352-392-2938 Vulpe Lab website Education M.D., Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, 1996 Ph.D., Biochemistry, Genetics, […]
Published: Jul 17th, 2013
UF researchers have identified a new species of Tritrichomonas in domestic cats. The parasite was long thought to be the same agent that affected both cats and cattle.
Published: Jun 27th, 2013
UF veterinarians have developed a technique to test for cardiac problems in endangered manatees.
Published: Jun 24th, 2013
Assistant Professor Research Coordinator, Aquatic Animal Health Program Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 110880 Bldg. #1379, Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32611-0880 352-273-5202 FAX 352-392-9704 Education PhD, Comparative Pathology, University […]
Published: May 30th, 2013
A new UF center focuses on inflammation and disease.
Published: Jan 7th, 2013
The UF Aquatic Animal Health team has been active in developing new knowledge related to helping stranded marine mammals.
Published: Dec 19th, 2012
Professor Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology email@example.com PO Box 110880 2015 SW 16th Ave Gainesville, FL 32608-0880 352-294-4104 FAX: 352-392-9704 Education PhD, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS, 1987 […]
Published: Nov 15th, 2012
A rare, potentially fatal species of parasite never before found in North America has been identified in a Florida horse.
Published: Sep 27th, 2012
By analyzing the genes of bacteria, University of Florida researchers have moved a step closer to pinpointing how two brain disorders common in small-breed dogs occur.