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Sea Turtle

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Dr. Brian Stacy, a clinical assistant professor at UF’s College of Veterinary Medicine, checks the identification of one of the cold-stunned sea turtles that were rescued from the Indian River Lagoon area in Florida during a period of prolonged freezing temperatures. Photo by: Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida

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UF veterinarians play key role in turtle rescue

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Haiti Relief-Candlelight vigil

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Candlelight vigil held Friday, Jan. 15 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union amphitheatre. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Julie Levy, D.V.M., Ph.D.

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Julie Levy, D.V.M., Ph.D., director of the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at UF’s College of Veterinary Medicine.

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UF veterinarians: Canine distemper virus in wildlife puts local dogs at risk

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Hendrik Nollens

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Researchers have discovered dolphins get multiple infections of viruses known to be linked with cervical cancer in women, yet there is no evidence that dolphins develop the cancer. Further research in the marine mammals may help clinical scientists better understand the disease in humans, according to Hendrik Nollens, D.V.M., Ph.D., a marine mammal biologist and clinical assistant professor at UF’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Nollens presented information about infections in dolphins today (Feb. 18, 2010) at the annual meeting of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Hendrik Nollens)

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Dolphins could be ideal model to study human cervical cancer, UF veterinarians say

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Chirps the Otter

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University of Florida veterinary senior Joe Gardial listens for heart rate and lung sounds while UF veterinary technician Jessica Sosa holds an 8-week-old river otter March 28 in the zoological medicine ward at UFÕs Veterinary Medical Center. The otter, nicknamed Chirps, was found near Palatka and brought to UF by representatives from Florida Wildlife Care who rescued it from pursuing dogs. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Bear

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University of Florida veterinarian Erin McNally monitors anesthesia while other technicians dress the foot wounds of this 18-year-old Florida black bear May 14 at UF's Veterinary Medical Center. State wildlife officials brought the bear to UF for treatment after she was found by firefighters in the Osceola County National Forest. The bear suffered third-degree burns on her feet and is receiving fluid therapy and daily wound care at UF while her condition stabilizes. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Amara Estrada MAF Award

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Dr. Colin Burrows, chairman of the University of Florida college of Veterinary Medicine’s department of small animal clinical sciences, is shown with Dr. Amara Estrada, Southeast Winner of the Morris Animal Foundation-sponsored “Ask Your Vet for a Healthy Pet” contest during the Jan. 16 award ceremony held during the North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando.

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UF veterinary cardiologist named one of country’s best vets

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Isaza Ramiro

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Dr. Ramiro Isaza performs a routine physical examination on a female Asian elephant. Elephants are one of many species seen by UF’s zoological medicine service and an example of potential subjects for Isaza’s future studies in public health. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Turtle Rescue

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Clinical pathologist Nicole Stacy, with the University of Florida's Aquatic Animal Health program, removes a green sea turtle Friday (Jan. 8, 2010) from a holding tank to mark its shell with an identifiable number in white nail polish. The turtle is one of 25 that arrived at UF's College of Veterinary Medicine in Gainesville, Fla., Thursday night (Jan. 7, 2010) after being rescued from potentially fatal conditions as water temperatures in the Indian River Lagoon area dropped because of the recent cold snap. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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Turtle Rescue

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Clinical pathologist Nicole Stacy, with the University of Florida's Aquatic Animal Health program, removes a green sea turtle Friday (Jan. 8, 2010) from a holding tank to mark its shell with an identifiable number in white nail polish. The turtle is one of 25 that arrived at UF's College of Veterinary Medicine in Gainesville, Fla., Thursday night (Jan. 7, 2010) after being rescued from potentially fatal conditions as water temperatures in the Indian River Lagoon area dropped because of the recent cold snap. (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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