A national racing group has funded a UF project to study a drug with potential for misuse in racehorses.
UF researchers show that helpful bacterium fortify newborns’ immune system in an animal model.
A UF researcher has developed an easy-to-use saliva test that could be key in efforts to eradicate malaria.
Dr. Roy Curtiss has had a global impact on infectious disease research and is known as a pioneer in his field.
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.
UF veterinarians find a way to share poultry research at conference in war-torn Syria.
A UFCVM graduate student has received a fellowship in equine studies from a key national group.
The project received the top overall state award in the education category of a statewide design-build group competition.
UF researchers report finding the potentially lethal rat lungworm parasite throughout Florida.