In the News

  • UF researchers report cats may be the key to human HIV vaccine: This story featuring the recent work of Dr. Janet Yamamoto was released nationally to the Associated Press and was covered in media outlets and blogs, including  the Philadelphia Inquirer, the University Herald, the Gainesville Sun,  WebMD, Phys.Org, Health Canal,, Medical Xpress, Health Medical and Science Updates, Health News Digest, BioPortfolio, Fox News, WTSP and locally on WCJB-TV News, GTN News, the Gainesville Sun, Alligator among others. Many veterinary and pet oriented publications also picked up the story, including DVM360, CatsTodayWorld,  and many others.
  • A dog that saved a family from a fire in their home was treated for burns at UF Small Animal Hospital. The story appeared in numerous national outlets, including USA Today and the Huffington Post before being covered locally by the Gainesville Sun. 
  • A story about the UF Large Animal Hospital farrier, Jody Schaible, was in the Gainesville Sun: UF farrier tapped to mentor students
  • A story about a UF Large Animal Hospital veterinary technician, Cheryl Gallowitz, winning a contest for her salsa recipe appeared in the Gainesville Sun: Local woman’s winning salsa unveiled and in the Alligator.




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October 2013

Dr. Natalie Isaza, left, with Pepin and ACUS investigator

Severely beaten dog evaluated at UF, given good prognosis

A badly beaten dog has a good prognosis after being evaluated at UF for a skull fracture.

Asbury with horses in 1981/

Fund to benefit forensics program honors late college administrator

The widow of a beloved former college administrator has established a fund in his name to benefit forensic veterinary medicine at UF.

Student at Harrell Center

Faculty work to enhance communications training

An increasing number of UF College of Veterinary Medicine faculty members are enhancing their knowledge in the area of communications training.

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