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.
Dr. David Pascual is now a Fellow in the American Academy of Microbiology.
A unique program integrates the expertise of individuals who all specialize in aquatic animal pathology.
UF researchers contribute to report relating to the safety of silver nanowires, a new touchscreen technology.
A third-year UF veterinary student received the 2018 Boehringer Ingelheim Veterinary Research Scholar Award.
An easy-to-use saliva test to screen for the parasite that causes malaria has been developed by a team of researchers led by a University of Florida scientist.
Whether developing new ways to restore sight and sense, pinpointing levels of toxicity in the environment, developing a vaccine against cancer, or investigating microscopic organisms and viruses to protect against disease, researchers at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine are at the forefront of advancing animal, human, and environmental health.
Approximately 787 individuals have completed either master of science (MS) or doctor of philosophy (PhD) degrees in Veterinary Medical Sciences. Our graduates now work in academia, biomedical sciences, the military and in other parts of government and industry to improve animal, human and environmental health within the US and overseas.