Renovated dermatology lab marks unique new research collaboration

Drs. Marsella, Vincek and others at derm lab ribbon-cutting

At a ceremony held at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine on Oct. 21, Dr. Rossana Marsella, a professor of veterinary dermatology, and Dr. Vladimir Vincek, chairman and professor in the College of Medicine’s department of dermatology, prepare to cut a ribbon marking completion of renovations made to the College of Veterinary Medicine’s dermatology laboratory. The lab renovations are a key development in a unique new collaboration between the two colleges to advance dermatological research in animal and human medicine. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

December 2014

Megan Strobel conducts hearing tests on a dolphin.

Student’s research project looks at hearing loss in dolphins

Student research project examines hearing loss in dolphins and ways to diagnose deafness.

A tiger is shown receiving an endoscopic procedure at the UF Small Animal Hospital in 2012. (File photo)

Wild, exotic species benefit from UF’s zoological medicine expertise

Panthers, tigers and bears – oh, my! College’s zoological medicine service sees them all.

Dr. Wallace and Amitz

Rescue group honors surgery resident as Veterinarian of the Year

In surprise presentation, UF small animal surgery resident is honored as rescue league’s Veterinarian of the Year.

Demi Vasalitis

Winn/AVMF scholarship goes to UF veterinary student

Veterinary student honored with scholarship from Winn Feline and American Veterinary Medical foundations.