In the news

  • A story about the new UF Veterinary Access Scholarship initiative featuring Dean James Lloyd appeared in Veterinary Practice News. Other stories about this program appeared in Veterinary Economics and dvm360.
  • Dr. Carsten Bandt, an assistant professor of emergency medicine and critical care in the department of small animal clinical sciences, was quoted in a story about leptospirosis that appeared in Veterinary Practice News.
  • A story about the completion of the college’s new Clinical Skills Laboratory and ribbon cutting event appeared on the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ website.
  • A story about the UF Small Animal Hospital receiving accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association appeared in Veterinary Practice News.
  • Temple Grandin’s upcoming visit to the University of Florida, co-sponsored by the UF College of Veterinary Medicine and UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences was covered by IFAS’ news office.
  • Dr. Rob MacKay was quoted in a Gainesville Sun/Ocala Star Banner article about creeping indigo and its toxicity to horses.
  • Dr. Sarah Boston was quoted in Orlando Magazine’s 2015 Pet Guide in an article about a pet cancer study and in another article about pet cancer.


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September 2015

Professor named vice president of national equine association

Dr. Margo Macpherson, a professor of equine reproduction at UF, will serve as the 2016 vice president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners.

Renowned author, autism advocate Temple Grandin to visit Gainesville and UF

Renowned author, autism advocate Temple Grandin to speak at UF on Sept. 24.

Darwin and Efram Goldberg

Dog recuperating from pythiosis after treatment at UF

A young German shepherd is recuperating well after treatment for pythiosis at UF’s Small Animal Hospital.

The Horse online course launches in fall 2015.

Online course focusing on the horse now underway at UF

A new online course, The Horse, launched this fall at UF.

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