Researcher’s work in limelight with star’s revelation

Dr. Cuong Nguyen holds a microchip capable of storing thousands of individual cells, which are profiled through a technique called microengraving. Nguyen hopes his gene therapy research into Sjogren’s syndrome, a disease tennis star Venus Williams recently revealed she had, will one day lead to better treatments for people affected by it. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

October 2011

Graduate student cuts impressive figure

Veterinary graduate student Astrid Grosche cuts an impressive figure – in more ways than one.

Veterinary cardiology technician Bonnie Heatwole with technology student Ari Flink.

New shadowing program a win-win

Me and my shadow:
New collaborative program allows veterinary technology students to shadow professional veterinary nurses at UF.

Gator coach’s dogs get winning care at UF

When Gator basketball coach needs help with his dogs, he calls the home team at the UF Small Animal Hospital.