In the news

  • A story about the new synthetic canine cadavers being used in UF College of Veterinary Medicine surgery labs appeared on Channel 10 news/WTSP. 
  • A story about a cat being reunited with its Tampa-area owner after having been lost for several years, thanks to UF’s Veterinary Community Outreach Program, appeared in Home: Living in the Heart of Florida
  • A story about UF being included in a major $10M grant that will create the Southeast Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Disease: The Gateway Program, led by new UFCVM faculty member Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan, appeared in the Miami Herald, Florida Trend, Tampa Bay Times and other news outlets.
  • A story featuring a dog being treated by the UF Small Animal Hospital for Swimmer Syndrome appeared on WCJB-Channel 20 News. 
  • A story about UF veterinary emergency specialists saving a dog after a near-drowning episode appeared in several news outlets, including Veterinary Practice News, Automotive Industry Today, Brazil Business Today, EIN News, News4Jax, Fox 35 Orlando News and Weather, Chipley Bugle.
  • Dr. Claus Buergelt’s selection as the recipient of the John M. King award by the C.L. Davis Foundation appeared in Pet Age.
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January-February 2017

Professor emeritus honored for accomplishments in pathology

A national group has honored a professor emeritus of anatomical pathology at the UFCVM for his career achievements.

Professor emeritus honored by national equine group

A national equine group has honored a professor emeritus of ophthalmology at the college for his academic achievements.

Dr. Manju Nanjappa

Study named a “top discovery” in endocrinology

A study that provides new insight into the way in which estrogen is involved in male reproductive health was noted as a “top discovery” in endocrinology.

Dr. Dinglasan

College involved in new $10 million center to address Zika and other diseases

With a $10 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, UF will lead a highly collaborative research program focused on stopping vector-borne diseases.

Emergency team helps pup survive near-drowning episode

A Doberman puppy survived a near-drowning episode thanks to UF veterinary emergency specialists.

Key college organizational changes announced

The college will soon create a fifth academic department, reflecting the first significant organizational change at the college in 22 years.

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