An initiative spearheaded by the college aims to advance teaching excellence in academic veterinary medicine.
Dr. Roy Curtiss has had a global impact on infectious disease research and is known as a pioneer in his field.
A new lifetime study in Dobermans aims to shed light on the role of genetic mutations in a heart disease common to the breed.
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 is now open for business in Marion County.
The UF Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service recently rescued a pregnant mare from a sinkhole in Trenton.
Dr. Guy Lester will return to the UFCVM faculty this fall to chair the department of large animal clinical sciences.
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.