UF CVM in the news

We’ve had lots of great coverage in the press this past month! Here are some of the highlights, in case you missed them.

A story about Mocha Delight, a dog treated at UF for tetanus intoxication, was featured on Page 1-A of the Gainesville Sun with a video and photo gallery. Check it out here.

Gainesville Magazine featured several stories touching on UF’s Small Animal Hospital and the important role it plays in the community. Check out a flip-book of the entire magazine here. Among the stories featured:

  • An overview of pet care available in our community, with lots of coverage of UF’s Small Animal Hospital is included in “Gainesville a Haven for Animals,” which can be found here.
  • A story touching on the variety of pet care services in our area, “From specialized veterinarians to luxury resorts, Gainesville caters to its pets” (featuring Dr. Amy Stone ) can be found here.
  • A story on the St. Francis House Pet Clinic, featuring Dr. Natalie Isaza’s work in collaboration with Dr. Dale Kaplan-Stein and Chris Machen, which can be found here.
  • Dr. Malgorzata Pozor’s recent presentation at the American Association of Equine Practitioners was featured in BloodHorse.com and in TheHorse.com. See the latter link here.



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February 2013

Casey Siljestrom.

CVM student, cancer survivor speaks to peers on Feb. 15

A freshman UF veterinary student who survived a rare pediatric cancer will share her story in the VAB on Feb. 15.

Dr. Julia Conway presents Congressman Ted Yoho (UF CVM '83) with a token of appreciation for his visit to the UF CVM on Jan. 10.

Congressman Yoho, UF CVM graduate, honored at reception

Congressman Ted Yoho, (UF CVM ’83) was honored recently at the college for his accomplishment in being elected to the 113th U.S. Congress.

Dr. Dena Baker.

Dean’s Circle members get overview of college activities

Members of the Dean’s Circle of Excellence heard a presentation by Dr. Amy Stone on UF’s commitment to pet wellness care in Orlando Jan. 21.

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