Summer graduates receive M.S., Ph.D. degrees at virtual commencement on Aug. 14.
We congratulate our spring 2020 recipients of M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in this video presentation.
UF scientists: Gut microbe finding in mice may help protect pregnant women from malaria.
Graduate student Training
A background in veterinary medicine can be an asset in a biomedical research field. Three graduate students at UFCVM share their journey and why they chose to pursue advanced degrees to further their scientific passions in this new video.
Innovative Veterinary Science
Our veterinary researchers investigate a wide-range of diseases and vaccines that not only impact the lives of our animal companions, but also humans. Several of our programs are distinctive, nationwide and globally. The Center for Environmental and Human toxicology, based in our college, is a leader in aquatic toxicology, with a major strength in nanotoxicology.
Sharing a home with a pet appeared to act as a buffer against psychological stress during lockdown, a new survey shows.
New research has found that feeding cats one large meal a day may help control hunger better than feeding them several times a day.
A study of search and rescue dogs showed little difference in longevity or cause of death between dogs at the disaster site and dogs in a control group.
Disease-spreading mosquitoes may be more likely to occupy areas impacted by human activities like pesticide use and habitat destruction, than they are areas less disturbed by humans, a recent study…
Should horses be stabled in bad weather? Do horses really sleep standing up? Do horses have to go to the dentist? Myths abound when it comes to equine health, and…
Some pets are endearing because they’re so otherworldly. Tortoises, with their ET-like appearance, are a good example. Tortoises are relatively easy to manage, but they’re not for everyone. They can…
The advent of COVID-19 put the spotlight back on diseases we can catch from animals. But microbial transmission cuts both ways. That’s right — sometimes it’s people who spread pathogens…
For lots of us, COVID dictated a new stay-at-home routine, and our pets have been basking in that extra time with Mom or Dad. But sooner or later, things will…