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Brenda Isaac with Dory

Doting on Dory: Brenda Isaac, a grants specialist with the Office of Research and Graduate Studies, spends a little relaxation time with Dory on Oct. 9. Isaac nursed Dory through illness by hand-feeding her during a transitional time between fish tanks prior to completion of renovations in the administration area. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Zoological medicine technicians Pia Lindstrom and Sarah Purcell are shown with ?, a resident of the zoological medicine ward, on Oct. 8.

Zoological medicine technicians Pia Oresjo Bartolini and Sarah Purcell are shown with Mr. Biff, a resident of the zoological medicine ward, on Oct. 8. Mr. Biff is a Buffon’s Macaw, an endangered species from Central and South America. He is approximately 7 years old and was relinquished by an owner after his mate passed away and the owner was concerned about him living alone. He is now an ambassador for his species in zoo med. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Danielle Shmalberg and Nathalia

Veterinary care manager Danielle Shmalberg strokes Nathalia, a Saluki that was rescued from Qatar and has been receiving rehabilitative therapy at UF. Nathalia still needs surgery and a rescue group has been raising funds to assist in her care. Shmalberg is a representative of the group and helped procure treatment for Nathalia at UF. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

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October 2014

FLE 2014

Incoming students participate in First-Year Leadership Experience

First-year students recently participated in a revamped leadership experience program.

Dr. Art Donovan, left, introduced Dr. Maarten Drost, center, during his induction into the Cattle Production Veterinarian's Hall of Fame, held as part of the Association of Bovine Veterinary Practitioners annual meeting on Sept. 26. At right is Dr. Scott Nordstrom of Merial.

Drost named to cattle group’s Hall of Fame

Dr. Maarten Drost has been named to the Cattle Production Veterinarians Hall of Fame.

Dr. Bonnie Gaston

Anesthesia resident honored at national meeting

Dr. Bonnie Gatson, an anesthesia and pain management resident, has received recognition from a national organization for her research.

Students at FAEP Student Day 2014

Equine group holds student appreciation day

The Florida Association of Equine Practitioners sponsored UF Student Appreciation Day in Ocala.

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