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College researchers honored for innovations, discoveries at recent event

Image of Dr.Biedrzycki from UFInnovate Several University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine researchers were honored recently along with other scientists campuswide in recognition of their scientific innovations and discoveries. UF Innovate’s Tech Licensing group sponsored the evening event, held Oct. 18 at The Hub on campus and dubbed “Standing…

Dr. Klibs Galvão Appointed Associate Chair for LACS

The Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences would like to congratulate Dr. Klibs Galvão for being named associate chair in LACS. Dr. Galvão will now be assisting the Department Chair in developing and sustaining key programs in LACS to fulfill current and future educational, research and service goals of the…

Stallion with rare form of colic survives after surgery at UF

By Sarah Carey Morriston resident Valerie Frederick still is haunted by the loss of a beloved Friesian colt that succumbed to colic several years ago. So when her second Friesian, a 20-year-old stallion named Hannibal, began showing signs of the illness, she knew she would do everything possible to save…

Professor of equine surgery honored for career achievements

Dr. David Freeman, Martha and Arthur Appleton Endowed Professor, received the American College of Veterinary Surgeons’ Founders’ Award for Career Achievement, given to recognize board-certified veterinary surgeons who have made significant contributions to the development of surgical techniques and methodology, and in disseminating knowledge to colleagues, residents and students. He was presented with the award during the group’s annual surgery summit meeting, held October 12-15 in Portland, Oregon.