We offer a broad variety of programs at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine aimed at generating new knowledge, both basic and applied. These programs relate to the health of domestic animals and wildlife, insuring a safe food supply, and finding a cure for certain human diseases. Our faculty have important collaborations both with the UF Health Science Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) that have enabled us to continually sharpen and strengthen these programs.
Our applied research is aimed at shedding light on spontaneous disease in animal patients, with possible implications for human health as well.
Basic science research contributes to our understanding of the fundamental underlying principals of biology, medicine, and veterinary medicine.
Each year, UF's Office of the Provost announces winners of these professorships, acknowledging their contributions to research and scholarship.
This site offers information of widespread interest to faculty members involved in research.