Photos Tagged as 'College of Veterinary Medicine'

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John Harvey, D.V.M., Ph.D.

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John Harvey, D.V.M., Ph.D., a professor and chairman of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine’s department of physiological sciences (Photo by Mark Hoffenberg)

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Veterinary administrator named executive associate dean at college

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Prostate Cancer Dog

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Drs. Nick Bacon, left and Jim Farese, right, pose with William Lassiter and Corey prior to the dog’s discharge from UF’s Veterinary Medical Center in July following successful stereotactic radiosurgery to treat Corey’s prostate cancer. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

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Radiosurgery procedure used successfully to treat dog’s prostate cancer

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Hemodialysis Treatments

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Carsten Bandt, a specialist in veterinary emergency medicine and critical care, monitors the vital signs of a 14-month-old bull terrier during one of several hemodialysis treatments the animal received at the University of Florida's Veterinary Medical Center in August. The treatments were necessary to build the dog's strength before it received a new kidney at the University of Pennsylvania. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

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UF, Penn collaboration results in canine kidney transplant

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James P. Thompson, D.V.M., Ph.D.

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James P. Thompson, D.V.M., Ph.D., an administrator at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, will soon leave the college he has been a part of for more than 30 years to become dean at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine (Photo By Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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UF veterinary college administrator to become dean at Tennessee

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Food Animal Program

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Dr. Carlos Risco is shown at the University of Florida’s Dairy Research Unit in Hague looking at the total mixed ration fed to cows in accordance with their specific nutritional needs. The ration consists of silage, hay, commodity feed ingredients, vitamins and minerals. To help address a critical shortage of food supply veterinarians at the local, state and national levels, UF’s College of Veterinary Medicine has launched two new programs aimed at tempting more students to pursue careers in the field. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

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New programs at UF Veterinary College target food vet shortage

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GVI

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Veterinary radiology technician Donna Graber positions an animal for MRI at UF’s Veterinary Medical Center (Photo by Mark Hoffenberg)

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New outpatient veterinary imaging service available at UF

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Lance Super Dog 2

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After consulting with University of Florida veterinarians, Lance, a dachshund, was fitted with a custom-made cart that supports his paralyzed hind legs, allowing him to walk and run. (Photo by Claudio Machado)

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Paralyzed dog inspires others living active life on wheels

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Lance Super Dog

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After consulting with University of Florida veterinarians, Lance, a dachshund, was fitted with a custom-made cart that supports his paralyzed hind legs, allowing him to walk and run. Lance’s owners say he still loves chasing his Frisbee and ball at the park, where he is always a celebrity.

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Paralyzed dog inspires others living active life on wheels

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Ruth Francis-Floyd, D.V.M.

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Ruth Francis-Floyd, D.V.M., director of the University of Florida Aquatic Animal Health Program

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Aquatic animal health director honored for teaching efforts

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Distinguished Awards COVM 2008

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Pictured from left to right are the UF College of Veterinary Medicine’s 2009 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients: Dr. Julio Ibanez, Dr. Louis Archbald, Dr. Jerome Modell and Dr. Dale Kaplan-Stein. Ibanez and Kaplan-Stein received the Alumni Achievement Award; Archbald received the Distinguished Service Award and Modell received the Special Service Award. Not pictured is Dr. Tonya Clauss, recipient of the Young Alumni Award. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

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UF Veterinary College names 2008 distinguished award winners

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