Arianna Negrin

Arianna Negrin, DVM, PhD, MSE, DECVN

Clinical Associate Professor In Neurology

Department: Small Animal Clinical Sciences
Business Phone: (352) 392-2235
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About Arianna Negrin

Dr Negrin grew up in Padua, Veneto, Italy and graduated from University of Padua in 2003. After a period in general practice, she completed a one-year Internship in Veterinary Neurology at The Royal Veterinary College (RVC), UK. She subsequently completed a PhD at University of Padua in collaboration with RVC. In 2010, Dr. Negrin moved to the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, where she completed a three-years Conforming Residency in Neurology. She became European Veterinary Specialist in Neurology (ECVN) in 2012. Dr Negrin has been working as Specialist Consultant or Head of the Service in the major Neurology Services between Italy and UK. From 2016 to 2019, She was also Hon. Associate Professor in Veterinary Neurology at University of Nottingham. In 2016, she was awarded the RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Neurology. Since 2023 Dr Negrin is Associate Professor at UF. Dr. Negrin’s main fields of interest are feline neurology and neurological emergencies. Dr Negrin is fluent in Italian, English, Spanish and Catalan.


Master in Special Education
2021 · Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Spain
Hon Associate Professor in Veterinary Neurology
2016-2019 · University of Nottingham (UK)
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Neurology
2016 · Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology (Dipl.ECVN)
2012 · European College of Veterinary Neurology
2007 · University of Padua, Italy

Teaching Profile

Courses Taught
VEM5875 Vet. Neurology Clerkship
Teaching Philosophy
“Docendo discimus” which in Latin means “by teaching, we learn.” Seneca

Board Certifications

  • Dipl.ECVN
    European College of Veterinary Neurology

Research Profile

Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID)


Areas of Interest
  • Feline Medicine
  • Neurologic Emergencies
  • Neurosurgical Pathologies


Presumed Caudal Cerebellar Artery Infarction in Three Cats: Neurological Signs, MRI Findings, and Outcome.
Frontiers in veterinary science. 5 [DOI] 10.3389/fvets.2018.00155. [PMID] 30027093.
Feline meningoencephalomyelitis of unknown origin: A retrospective analysis of 16 cases.
The Canadian veterinary journal = La revue veterinaire canadienne. 58(10):1073-1080 [PMID] 28966357.
Clinical signs, magnetic resonance imaging findings and outcome in 77 cats with vestibular disease: a retrospective study.
Journal of feline medicine and surgery. 12(4):291-9 [DOI] 10.1016/j.jfms.2009.10.001. [PMID] 19932040.
The paralyzed cat. Neuroanatomic diagnosis and specific spinal cord diseases.
Journal of feline medicine and surgery. 11(5):361-72 [DOI] 10.1016/j.jfms.2009.03.004. [PMID] 19389636.
Results of magnetic resonance imaging in 14 cats with meningoencephalitis.
Journal of feline medicine and surgery. 9(2):109-16 [PMID] 17052935.
Late onset cerebellar degeneration in a middle-aged cat.
Journal of feline medicine and surgery. 8(6):424-9 [PMID] 16781880.


Master in Special Education
2021-2022 · Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Spain
Conforming ECVN Residency
2007-2010 · Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
2004-2007 · University of Padua, Italy
2003 · University of Padua, Italy

Contact Details

(352) 392-2235
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2015 SW 16TH AVE