UF faculty member named national group’s
2016 “Hero Veterinarian”

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Dr. Natalie Isaza, shown with a patient in the Grevior Shelter Medicine Suite, was named the American Humane Association’s 2016 Hero Veterinarian on Sept. 10 during a gala held by the group in Los Angeles, California. The event will be broadcast on the Hallmark Channel on Oct. 28. (Photo by Eric Zamora)

 

September-October 2016

Sophia Bogush and her cat, Sparky.

Cat reunited with owners through microchip belied odds

A clinician with UF’s Veterinary Community Outreach Program played a key role in reuniting a missing cat with its owners.

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Student to speak at equine association meeting

A UF veterinary medical student will present his research at a national equine association meeting in December.

Katelyn Jeffries

Career counselor now housed in college

Career counselor joins college staff, aims to assist all degree-seeking students in exploring career opportunities.