Driving animal, human and environmental health forward
The UF College of Veterinary Medicine stands apart with nationally recognized care for animal patients, leading-edge science research and a proven training ground to prepare veterinarians of the future.
PIONEERS IN VETERINARY CARE & DISCOVERY
A 7-year-old Labrador retriever named Leo was the first canine in the Sunshine State to have a total ankle replacement surgery and one of only a handful around the globe to undergo the procedure.
Whether the new deadly bacteria is a recently introduced organism or has been present but not recognized is unknown. A team of researchers at UF discover a new species of bacteria.
UF VET MED VOICE PODCASTS
Manatees, our canaries in the waterways, are a unique representative of the multi-layered problems in Florida’s aquatic systems and steps we can take to improve the environment for all animals that are affected negatively by human activity.
Horse Heaves, recurrent airway obstruction also known as COPD, is the most prevalent lung disease in horses. This research could be life-changing for horses, particularly performance horses currently prevented from competing.
DISCOVERY THROUGH research
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