Amy E Stone

Amy E Stone

Clinical Ast Professor, Small Animal Hospita

Department: Small Animal Clinical Sciences
Business Phone: (352) 392-2235
Business Email:


Teacher of the Year
2009 · College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida
Superior Accomplishment Award
2009 · University of Florida
Pfizer Distinguished Teacher Award
2009 · University of Florida
Clinical Sciences Teacher of the Year– SCAVMA AWARD
2007-2008 · American Veterinary Medical Association
Gold Star Award for Service
2007 · Florida Veterinary Medical Association
Best manuscript, Basic Science Category
2004 · Upsilon Phi Zeta Manuscript Competition
Gold Star Award for Service
2004 · Florida Veterinary Medical Association
Graduated with Honors
1999 · University of Florida
Graduated Summa cum Laude with Honors
1994 · Florida State University

Research Profile

— Immunology

— Vaccinology

— Dentistry


May 2020 ACTIVE
Efficacy and Safety Pilot Study of OKV-119 in Obese Client-Owned Cats
Jun 2019 – May 2020
Prospective evaluation of a novel antibody-rich food product for the treatment of canine parvoviral enteritis: a pilot study in two dogs


Post Doctoral Training, Immunology/Microbiology
2002-2006 · University of Florida
Doctor of Philosophy in Veterinary Immunology
2002 · University of Florida
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
1999 · University of Florida
Bachelor of Science in Biology
1994 · Florida State University

Contact Details

(352) 392-2235

University of Florida


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