In the news

  • Drs. Ali Morton and Meg Sleeper were quoted in an Ocala Star-Banner article about the death of Kentucky Derby winner, Medina Spirit.
  • Dr. Apichai Tuanyok was quoted in a Salon article, explaining the risks of a deadly bacteria known as burkholderia pseudomallei, which causes melioidosis. The bacteria was found in an aromatherapy spray that was recently recalled after a CDC probe.
  • Dr. Iske Larkin was interviewed for an article that appeared on relating to proposed legislation to bestow endangered species status on Florida manatees.
  • Dr. Cynda Crawford was quoted on NBC5, in the Dallas Observer and elsewhere about Dallas Animal Services’ action to control the spread of canine distemper virus.
  • Dr. Cynda Crawford was interviewed for a story that appeared on Channel 4-KXLY about Streptococcus Zooepidemicus, or Strep Zoo.


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November-December 2021

Dr. Dana Zimmel

A message from our dean

A message from the college’s dean, Dr. Dana Zimmel.

Dr. David Suarez Fuentes

Resident honored for abstract presentation at national meeting

Dr. David Suarez-Fuentes’ award-winning presentation focused on CT features of thymoma in cats.

Bev Orozo

Veterinary technician receives specialty designation in anesthesia and analgesia

Beverly Orozco is now a veterinary technician specialist in anesthesia and analgesia.

Riley the Lab

Labrador retriever beats odds, remains cancer-free after treatment for deadly disease at UF

With treatment at UF and a lot of luck, Riley has lived for four years since his initial diagnosis.

Cat With No Name program

Forensic program helps diagnose disease outbreak in free-roaming cat colony

The ‘A Cat Has No Name’ program has recently expanded to provide laboratory diagnostics to living free-roaming cats.

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