Small Animal Clinical Studies

Together, we work to expand veterinary medical knowledge, improve patient care, and find new or better ways to diagnose, treat, or prevent diseases that affect our pets through clinical research studies.

The UF Veterinary Hospitals are active in discovering new treatments for naturally occurring diseases and developing a better understanding of how the diseases begin along with new ways to prevent diseases from happening. If you are seeking more information about current clinical studies, visit our pages to the left or feel free to contact us at (352)392-2235 to be directed to a clinical study that may suit your pet’s needs.

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Meet The Team

The core clinical studies team oversees and supports clinical studies throughout the College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Rowan Milner is a board certified oncologist who heads the team as Director of Clinical and Translational Research. Lana Fagman is the clinical research coordinator who manages and coordinates all aspects of clinical research studies throughout the college. Isabella Camarda and Brenda Duque are the clinical study assistants who help with patient visits and administrative tasks.

Dr. Rowan Milner
Dr. Rowan Milner
Director

 

Lana
Lana Fagman
Clinical Research Coordinator
Isabella Camarda
Clinical Studies Assistant
Brenda Duque
Clinical Studies Assistant

As part of both the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and the Academic Health Center, Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to advancing animal, human and environmental health through teaching, research, extension and patient care.

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Boehringer Ingelheim

The Boehringer Ingelheim Veterinary Scholars Program offers DVM students an opportunity to gain exposure in biomedical research.

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Need animal care? Visit the UF Small Animal and Large Animal Hospitals. From dogs, cats, birds and exotics to horses, cattle, llamas, pigs and many other large farm or food animals, our experienced veterinarian staff is ready to assist.

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