New LINAC enhances
cancer treatment options

Cappie Isaacs, center, was discharged March 24 from the UF Small Animal Hospital after receiving 3.5 weeks of radiation treatment with the new linear accelerator. Cappie was the first patient to be treated in the LINAC, and made many friends while at UF. He is shown here with UF veterinary student Sara Kaplan-Stein, his owners, sisters Georgeanne Yesbeck and Myrtle Isaacs of The Villages, UF veterinary student Luke Bevis and oncology resident Dr. Shannon Parfitt.

April 2011

Veterinary forensics course, one of few in country, kicks off second year

New veterinary forensics course offers students a unique learning opportunity.

FARMS intern wins scholarship to conference

A resident veterinarian with the Food Animal Reproduction and Medicine service recently won a scholarship to attend the Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas.

Wamsley is College’s Teacher of the Year

Dr. Heather Wamsley, a clinical pathologist, has been named the collegewide Teacher of the Year for the UF CVM.