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Dr. Simon Swift examines Zoey a 12-year-old maltese, while her owner, Janette Jordan of Oviedo, looks on. Zoey received a mitral valve repair procedure from Dr. Masami Uechi approximately one year ago in France and has come to UF subsequently for check-ups. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

UF College of Veterinary Medicine to launch new open heart program

Published: Jan 11th, 2019

The program will be a collaboration between UF and renowned veterinary cardiologist Masami Uechi, D.V.M., Ph.D., of Japan.

Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan

New saliva-based test detects malaria before symptoms appear

Published: Jan 5th, 2019

A UF researcher has developed an easy-to-use saliva test that could be key in efforts to eradicate malaria.

Dr. Ali Morton with students at equine lameness arena.

College initiates new regional consortium to enhance teaching expertise

Published: Dec 18th, 2018

An initiative spearheaded by the college aims to advance teaching excellence in academic veterinary medicine.

Dr. Roy Curtiss

A pioneer in veterinary medicine: Dr. Roy Curtiss

Published: Dec 7th, 2018

Dr. Roy Curtiss has had a global impact on infectious disease research and is known as a pioneer in his field.

Dr. Amara Estrada and Dr. Christy Pacak have collaborated on genetic studies relating to a heart condition common in Doberman pinschers.

UF participates in new lifetime study of heart disease in Doberman pinschers

Published: Nov 26th, 2018

A new lifetime study in Dobermans aims to shed light on the role of genetic mutations in a heart disease common to the breed.

Practice Ownership Summit 2018

College’s inaugural practice ownership summit deemed huge success

Published: Nov 6th, 2018

The event drew students, practice owners and associates to the college for a full day of discussion on the benefits of practice ownership.

The new UF equine acupuncture center.

College opens new equine acupuncture center in Ocala

Published: Sep 5th, 2018

The new UF Equine Acupuncture Center is now open for business in Marion County.

Brandi Phillips of the UF VETS team, center, is shown with other team volunteers preparing to lift this blind mare, who was also pregnant, out of a sinkhole she had fallen into in Trenton.

When a sinkhole opens, lifesaving opportunities arise

Published: Aug 23rd, 2018

The UF Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service recently rescued a pregnant mare from a sinkhole in Trenton.

Lester named chair of large animal clinical sciences department

Lester named chair of large animal clinical sciences department

Published: Jul 27th, 2018

Dr. Guy Lester will return to the UFCVM faculty this fall to chair the department of large animal clinical sciences.

Dr. James W. Lloyd

College’s dean honored by national business group

Published: Jul 16th, 2018

The college’s dean, Dr. James W. Lloyd, has been honored by a national veterinary medical business group.