Archive for 2018



New chair of small animal clinical sciences department named

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Features, July-August 2018, People

A former college faculty member will return to UF to lead the small animal clinical sciences department as chair.

Love of animals, business prowess earns UF veterinary faculty member endowed professorship

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Features, July-August 2018, News

Faculty member’s business background, leadership and teaching skills led to her appointment.

Large animal clinical sciences department chair named

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Features, July-August 2018, People

Formerly a UFCVM faculty member, Dr. Guy Lester will return to the college as a department chair.

College’s dean honored by national veterinary medical business group

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Features, July-August 2018, People

Dean Jim Lloyd is honored for contributions to veterinary medical business consulting.

One Health Center of Excellence director wins two international awards

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Features, July-August 2018, People, Uncategorized

Since joining UF’s faculty, Capua has worked to expand the definition of One Health, a term generally used to describe the integrative efforts of many different health-related disciplines working to enhance human, animal and environmental health.

Zoological medicine resident travels to Madagascar to rescue endangered tortoises

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Around the College, Features, July-August 2018

A UF zoo medicine resident felt compelled to help when he heard of the need to rescue a huge number of endangered tortoises in Madagascar.

Chair named for college’s newest department

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Features, July-August 2018, People

A microbiology, infectious disease specialist will lead the college’s newest department.

3-D printing a game changer for veterinary surgery at UF

By • Jul 27th, 2018 • Category: Features, July-August 2018, News

Veterinary surgeons at UF are making use of sophisticated 3-D printing technology to improve accuracy and reduce risk in surgical procedures. Only a handful of veterinary teaching hospitals are using the technology.