In the news

  • A story about UF researchers discovering a new pox virus in sea otters appeared in, in and in eWallstreeter, in the Global Dispatch, in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, in AVMA’s SmartBrief, Wildlife Society News and other outlets. It was picked up ProMED, a program of the International Society for Infectious Diseases.
  • Stories about Dr. Sarah Boston’s memoir, Lucky Dog, have been covered recently in the Leader Post, The Province, Montreal Gazette, Star Phoenix and other outlets.
  • A story written by the AP and carried by numerous news outlets, including, San Jose Mercury News and Businessweek, among others, quoted Dr. Mike Walsh. The story was titled, “Some SeaWorld mammals survive longer in captivity.”
  • A story about a collaborative equine program between the UF College of Veterinary Medicine and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences appeared in TheHorse.
  • An update on an African antelope treated at UF by the zoological medicine service appeared in Hometown News: “New calf born at Brevard Zoo to three-legged mother.”
  • The HAARTS (Helping Alachua’s Animals Requiring Treatment and Surgery) program, part of the college’s Veterinary Community Outreach Program, received coverage in the Gainesville Sun , in the Lakeland Ledger and on WCJB-TV/Channel 20 news.





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