Large Animal Clinical Sciences

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences provides teaching, research, extension, and service in areas of equine health, production animal (food animal) health, aquatic animal health, and companion animal health.

Our Mission

Who we are, what we do

The Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences provides an academic home to faculty who implement the teaching, research, extension, and service missions of the College in the primary areas of equine health, production animal (food animal) health, aquatic animal health, and companion animal health. Our work is accomplished through disciplines including large animal surgery, large animal internal medicine, multi-species comparative reproduction, production animal health, anesthesiology and pain management and epidemiology.

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Dr. Galvao at UF/IFAS Dairy Farm

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UF veterinary college names new chair of large…

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Dianne McFarlane, D.V.M., Ph.D., a large animal internal medicine specialist with expertise in equine endocrine diseases, has been named chair of the…

Dr. Dianne McFarlane

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Teaching and Learning

Educational experiences offered to students at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine provide professional (D.V.M.) and graduate (M.S./Ph.D.) students with comprehensive skills and the knowledge base to contribute to meaningful impacts in animal and human health.

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