‘College of Veterinary Medicine’ Category
The College of Veterinary Medicine, the state’s only veterinary college, ranks among the nation’s top 10 schools in U.S. News & World Report. Established in 1977, the college fields a professional veterinary education program, including residency training in eight disciplines, as well as graduate programs (M.S., Ph.D.) in veterinary medical science. With 108 faculty, the college has special clinical and research strength food animal medicine, aquatic medicine, environmental toxicology, large animal medicine and surgery, small animal medicine and surgery, theriogenology, and wildlife and zoological medicine. In its association with UF’s Institute of Food and Animal Science, the college provides Extension veterinary services to owners of commercial livestock herds throughout the state.
Dr. Mark Abdy, a visiting assistant researcher in pathobiology at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, has accepted the 2000-2001 American Veterinary Medical Foundation Congressional Science Fellowship. Abdy currently works with virologist Paul Gibbs in the college’s department of pathobiology. Abdy’s interests include veterinary virology and pathology. He is investigating the use of […]
Just in time for dog days — of summer, that is — dog enthusiasts will soon have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the hottest issues in canine care. The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine’s Fourth Annual Dog Owners and Breeders Symposium will be held Saturday, July 29 at the Reitz Union in […]