International journal awards prize to UF paper

Dr. Julie Levy

Dr. Julie Levy

Dr. Julie Levy, along with UF colleagues Drs. Natalie Isaza and Karen Scott, has been awarded The Veterinary Journal’s 2014 George Fleming Prize for a paper that appeared in the journal last year.

The paper, which the group coauthored, related to the effect of high-impact trap-neuter-return and adoption of community cats on cat intake to a shelter.

The college followed up with a press release that drew widespread national and international media attention.

The Fleming Prize is the principal award given annually by the journal for the paper considered to be the most meritorious published in the previous year. The determination is made based on scientific content and originality, style and readability and contribution to scientific and veterinary knowledge.

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