Two new programs spearheaded by Dr. Adam Stern aim to bring justice to victims of animal abuse.
Successful surgery was performed to remove a shoe from the stomach of a 10.5 foot, 341-pound Nile crocodile on Feb. 5.
Ten years later, Animal Airwaves is nationally syndicated on public radio and going strong.
We seek students who possess the academic capability to manage a rigorous science-based curriculum, while also demonstrating strong interpersonal and teamwork related communication skills.
From first-year orientation and leadership experience to commencement and everything in between, our faculty and staff offer UF College of Veterinary Medicine students a wide range of support through a variety of activities and services.
The Office of Research and Graduate Studies coordinates training programs for graduate degree-seeking students (PhD, MS) and for those seeking graduate degrees in combination with professional or residency programs. We also offer non-traditional (online) programs, including degrees and certificates in select areas.
Our goal is to be a global leader in biomedical research to advance animal, human and environmental health.
The UF Small Animal Hospital is the leading referral facility for patients throughout Florida and the Southeast. We are committed to offering the best-possible treatment for your pet via a wide range of expertise in many specialties.
The UF Large Animal Hospital provides advanced diagnostics and veterinary care to horses, cattle, alpacas, llamas, goats, pigs, and other large farm or food animals. We also offer emergency and extended care services.
The UF Pet Emergency Treatment Service offers compassionate care by our emergency and critical care specialists after hours, weekends and holidays to pets in need of immediate care in the Ocala area.
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A newsletter for faculty, staff and students of the UF College of Veterinary Medicine.
A magazine for alumni, faculty and friends of the UF College of Veterinary Medicine.