In the news

  • Another story about Dr. Sarah Boston’s new book, “Lucky Dog,” appeared in the Gainesville Sun.
  • Another story about a recent spike in leptospirosis cases, featuring Dr. Carsten Bandt, appeared in Tampa Bay Newspapers.
  • A story about Dr. Andrew Smith receiving the Resident’s Award from the American Association of Veterinary Clinicians appeared in the Chipley Bugle, on The and in HorseTalk.
  • A story about the UF College of Veterinary Medicine housing the world’s largest mycoplasma collection was featured in the HealthMinded Gainesville Sun blog.
  • Dr. Nanny Wenzlow was featured in an article that ran in the Lakeland Ledger, on (Tampa Tribune) and in other outlets statewide.
  • Dr. Cynda Crawford was quoted in the Leesburg Commercial relating to a recent parvovirus outbreak.
  • A story about a new master’s program in veterinary forensics appeared in VetStreet.



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May 2014

Florida panther, 2014.

Panther recuperating after surgery at UF

A 3-year old male Florida panther is recovering from two surgeries performed at the University of Florida.

Danielle Jonas

Staff member receives campuswide award

Danielle Jonas, a veterinary care manager at UF, has received a campuswide Superior Accomplishment Award.

Lameness Arena

Ribbon-cutting ceremony for new equine sports complex is June 6

A ribbon-cutting for the new Equine Sports Performance Complex at UF’s Large Animal Hospital will take place June 6.

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