UF researchers: New test may help identify human strains of anaplasmosis

Dr. Basima Al-Khedery and Dr. Tony Barbet

Dr. Basima Al-Khedery and Dr. Tony Barbet, shown holding a preserved tick, sit in front of computer-displayed images of genomic information from anaplasmosis strains. Anaplasmosis is a tickborne disease that affects humans and animals. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

April 2014

Dr. Andrew Smith and horse

Large animal surgery resident honored by clinician group

A large animal surgery resident was recently honored by a national clinicians association.

Postdoctoral associate awarded NIH fellowship

A postdoctoral associate in the college’s department of infectious diseases and pathology has received a three-year fellowship from NIH to support her research.

Dr. Plummer with service dog

Free screening exams available to service dogs on May 30

Free eye screening for service dogs will be available for the fourth year at UF on May 30 as part of a national event.