In the news

  • A story about the college’s new veterinary student scholarship initiative appeared in  Southeast AgNet and in EquiSearch.
  • A story about the trap-neuter-return program being shared nationally via a new grant appeared in the Sacramento Bee and in Vetstreet.
  • Dr. Richard Hill, an associate professor of small animal medicine at UF and a board-certified veterinary nutritionist, was quoted in Popular Science March 20 relating to a recent recall of Beneful dog food.
  • A story about stem-cell research in dogs in which Dr. Anna Dunlap, a UF small animal orthopedic fellow was quoted, appeared in the Orlando Sentinel, the Washington Post, the Miami Herald, and in other outlets.
  • Dr. Cynda Crawford was quoted in the Chicago Tribune and in VetStreet about canine influenza virus.
  • The college’s annual Open House was covered in the Gainesville Sun both before and after the event.
  • Dr. Margo Macpherson was quoted in The Horse in an article about pregnancy failure in horses.



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April 2015

Hospital chief of staff named associate dean for clinical services

Dr. Dana Zimmel has been named associate dean for clinical services and chief medical officer for the college.

College launches groundbreaking scholarship initiative

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has launched an ambitious new scholarship initiative.

College names 2015 Distinguished Award winners

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has named its 2015 Distinguished Award winners, honoring individuals in several categories for contributions to the college and the profession.

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