A national racing group has funded a UF project to study a drug with potential for misuse in racehorses.
UF veterinarians collaborate to correct a rare eye abnormality in an endangered okapi calf.
UF researchers show that helpful bacterium fortify newborns’ immune system in an animal model.
The program will be a collaboration between UF and renowned veterinary cardiologist Masami Uechi, D.V.M., Ph.D., of Japan.
A UF researcher has developed an easy-to-use saliva test that could be key in efforts to eradicate malaria.
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.