In the news

  • A story about a new non-profit foundation launched by two children to benefit cancer research at the UFCVM appeared in numerous publications online after its original publication on PRWeb.
  • Pathologists at the UFCVM performed the necropsy of a horse that died along with its rider in Davie, Florida. The Sun-Sentinel covered the story.
  • Dr. Rob MacKay, a professor of large animal medicine at the UFCVM, was quoted on the topic of monensin toxicity in horses in an article in The Horse.
  • Dr. Sarah Boston’s story about how she came to write her new book, Lucky Dog, published earlier this year by House of Anansi Press, was featured on Ivanhoe Newswire.
  • Dr. Serena Craft was quoted in an Associated Press story relating to horse deaths in South Florida being linked to monensin toxicity. The story appeared in the Gainesville Sun, the Ocala Star-Banner,, The Detroit News and many other news outlets.
  • Dr. Janet Yamamoto’s appointment as a Fellow in the National Academy of Inventors was covered in multiple news outlets, including  Veterinary Practice News.
  • A story about a new tick virus discovered by Dr. Katherine Sayler, a former UFCVM doctoral student, appeared in U.S. News & World Report/Health News, News4Jax , Bovine Veterinarian, Philadelphia Inquirer ( and other outlets and blogs.
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