The college's dean, Dr. James W. Lloyd, has been honored by a national veterinary medical business group.
The advantages of 3-D printing technology in veterinary medicine include enhanced surgical outcomes due to reduced risk made possible by pre-surgery planning.
Dr. Chris Adin, a former UFCVM faculty member, will start his new job on Sept. 1.
Dr. Subhashinie Kariawasam will join the college as chair of the department of comparative, diagnostic and population medicine.
The college's newest Distinguished Award recipients were honored May 26 during UFCVM commencement exercises.
The UFCVM's business management certificate program is unique in the country.
UF veterinarians find a way to share poultry research at conference in war-torn Syria.
The Global Health Innovative Technology Fund has awarded UF and partners in the United States and Japan $3.2 million to advance a promising vaccine to prevent transmission of malaria.
A young dachshund named Rupert, run over by a golf cart in Ocala on Feb. 19, is now living a charmed life after being resuscitated three times by UF veterinarians.
Two UF veterinarians recently performed groundbreaking electrochemotherapy treatment on two sea turtles in Key West.