2022 Research Accomplishments at UFCVM

This past year has been a significant one for scholarship at the college. In the calendar year, we produced or have been involved in several news stories highlighting traditional and clinical research, as well as national awards received by members of our faculty. Some of these stories have received coverage in the national news. We have shared our stories via news releases, podcasts, Florida Veterinarian magazine and the Veterinary Page newsletter as well as in direct-mail pieces aimed at influencers within the veterinary medical profession. Among the stories we have highlighted this year:

This is just a sampling of the ways in which our college faculty are not just conducting biomedical or clinical research, but how they’re talking about it so that others understand the meaning of this work and its relevance to animal, human and environmental health. To listen to our Vet Med Voice podcasts, many of which are aimed at research and discovery at the college, visit the UF Vet Med Voice page. To view a list of PubMed publications from the past year, visit our website.

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November-December 2022

Dr. Zimmel

A message from our dean

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

Dr. Dinglasan in lab

2022 research accomplishments at UFCVM

In the calendar year, we produced or have been involved in several news stories highlighting traditional and clinical research.

Dr. Adam Stern with Dr. Jerry Ritchey, president of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists and Stern's former residency mentor.

Veterinary forensic pathologist honored by national group

Dr. Adam Stern received the President’s Award at the American College of Veterinary Pathologists’ annual meeting.

Dr. Marilia Takada

Small animal oncologist honored for presentation

Dr. Marilia Takada’s research focuses on a novel targeted therapy for dogs with histiocytic sarcoma.

Dr. Dana Zimmel, Charles Salzman and Dr. Cynda Crawford

Faculty member honored during Celebrating Distinction ceremony

Dr. Cynda Crawford was officially installed as the Fredrica Saltzman Endowed Professorship Chair in Shelter Medicine.

Field sterilization day in Thailand

UF shelter medicine team presents workshop in Thailand

A UF shelter medicine team provided hands-on learning opportunities as well as lectures aimed at enhancing knowledge of shelter population management.

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