UF students are first in veterinary scholars program to conduct field work abroad

Nicole Perry processes a Hyalomma spp. tick specimen. (Photo courtesy of Nicole Perry)

Nicole Perry processes a Hyalomma spp. tick specimen. (Photo courtesy of Nicole Perry)





January-February 2024

Dr. Zimmel

A message from our dean

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

Employees honored during UF recognition ceremony held 2/1/2024.

Longtime CVM employees honored for service

Four longtime CVM employees were honored for their years of service to the university during a ceremony held Feb. 1.

Dr. Robin Bell

Meet Dr. Robin Bell of UF Equine Hospital at World Equestrian Center

An interview with Dr. Robin Bell, a specialist in equine surgery, rehabilitation and sports medicine, who came from Australia to join the UF Veterinary Hospital at World Equestrian Center.

UF CVM sign

College welcomes new faculty, administrators

We’re pleased to welcome several new faculty members to the college and congratulate others who were promoted within or hired into administration.

Open House 2015

College’s annual Open House to be held April 6

The college’s popular Open House, a longtime spring tradition in the Gainesville community, will be held April 6 this year.

Dr. Galvao's Editor's Choice article graphic

Professor’s paper named “Editor’s Choice” in journal

Dr. Klibs Galvão’s article relating to metritis in dairy cows appeared in December in the Journal of Dairy Science.

Statue of Honey, the emotional support dog we treated and a memorial to service dogs everywhere.

Statue honoring “Honey” and all service dogs unveiled outside UF Small Animal Hospital

Honey was a certified medical service dog who had been a patient at UF’s Small Animal Hospital. She provided lifesaving support to her now-deceased owner, a veteran, for many years.

Dr. Walsh and members of the UF Marine Animal Rescue team and students from the Aquatic Animal Health club during a training session held in December.

UF Marine Animal Rescue team leads training session for students

Members of the student Aquatic Animal Health club received training from UF’s Marine Animal Rescue team to show how the group responds to rescues of dolphins, manatees and sea turtles.

Denae Witte vaccinates an animal in Africa

UF students are first in Veterinary Scholars Program to conduct field work abroad 

Only UF’s Denae Witte and Nicole Perry had the opportunity to travel internationally to do fieldwork in Africa, where they assisted with research and monitoring of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.