UF virtually hosts international aquatic group meeting The UF Aquatic Animal Health and veterinary extension programs virtually hosted the annual meeting of the International Association for Aquatic Animal Medicine, the specialty association for aquatic animal health, on June 27-28. It was the first time UF has hosted the event, although…
UF veterinarians successfully using new placenta-derived treatment for animals with severe bone loss Dr. Adam Biedrzycki aspirates a sample of synovial fluid from the radiocarpal joint of a giraffe named JoJo at Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens on June 25. (Photo by Louis Brems) By Sarah…
Mississippi resident Sarah Sheen-Kilic knew something was wrong that April morning when she went to ride her normally strong, ride-ready Oldenburg warmblood, Capone, as she does almost every day. He didn’t want to move.
A longtime LACS faculty member, Dr. Chris Sanchez has been named interim associate dean for clinical services.
UF veterinarians saved a 9-year-old American Warmblood gelding who nearly died from an aggressive bacterial infection.
A state-of-the-art 3-D printer is being used by large and small animal veterinarians at UF to advance patient care, teaching and research.
The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has been impacting animal, human and environmental health for more than 40 years. Our new videos share how we are making a difference.
Our start-of-the-art laboratory fosters an educational environment where students become equipped with necessary skills before they enter clinical rotations.
Our UF Large Animal Clinical Sciences faculty are trained in a wide array of specialties. They are leaders in research with collaborative efforts from UF's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), USDA and other agricultural agencies.
The primary goal of the department of large animal clinical sciences to provide quality teaching, research, extension, and service in the areas of equine health, production animal (food animal) health, aquatic animal health, and companion animal health.