In the news

  • A story about a new book written by Dr. Sarah Boston, a UF veterinary oncologist, appeared  in World News and on  The book focuses on Boston’s experience as a veterinary oncologist and cancer survivor.
  • A story noting recent projects selected for funding by the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, including a proposal from UF equine researchers to study a side effect of a class of drugs used to treat pneumonia in foals, appeared in the Bloodhorse. More detailed information on the projects can be found here.
  • A story about a recent spike in cases of leptospirosis seen in dogs at UF was covered by WCJB, Channel 20 News and News4Jax , WUFT-TV, WUSF, the Florida Times-Union, the American Animal Hospital Association’s NewStat publication, dvm360 , VetAdvantage and other outlets.
  • A story about the release back into the wild of a Florida panther that received surgery to repair a broken leg last year at UF appeared in numerous news outlets, includng My Fox Orlando.



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March 2014

Drs. Anthony Douglas and Monisha Seth with Dr. Ashley Jones

Franklin Cardiology Fellowship created in honor of dog, cardiology resident

The owners of a dog treated at the UF Small Animal Hospital have made a gift to honor their dog and the cardiology resident who assisted in his treatment.

Dr. Amy Stieler with foal

Foundation funds UF equine research proposal

A new study will allow UF equine researchers to study a side effect of drugs used to treat pneumonia in foals.

Leptospira bacteria, shown in a scanning electron micrograph.

UF veterinarians report recent spike in leptospirosis cases in dogs

UF veterinarians report a recent spike in cases of leptospirosis in dogs.

Face painting at Open House.

Open House is April 12

The college’s annual Open House is set for April 12 and will offer a full program of fun and educational activities.

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