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We wish the best to @JackPayneIFAS, always a great friend to UFCVM. He retires this month after a decade leading @UF_IFAS as senior VP for agriculture & natural resources. Here's an article he wrote for the Sun about his time here. Good luck, Dr. Payne! https://t.co/lbG7C2Qnwq
.@UFVetMed veterinarians are using a human placenta-derived #compound to treat animals with severe bone loss. Without the compound, animals would face amputation in affected areas. It was developed by @UFWertheim’s Dr. Peter McFetridge. https://t.co/8YJuWGMxu7 https://t.co/n8YZzyTnTD
Happy 5th birthday, Penny, (a few days late!) This beautiful Great Pyrenees, owned by the John Appel family of Apopka, turned 5 on Friday, two years after Dr. Brad Case performed life-saving surgery at UF to correct a large chyrous effusion in her chest. She's doing great! https://t.co/gXfc8ZB0yI
UF veterinary surgeons are using a new placenta-derived treatment developed by a UF faculty member @ufwertheim to help animals with severe bone loss. One such patient: JoJo, a giraffe at the @jacksonvillezoo, shown here with Dr. Adam Biedrzycki. https://t.co/KeZMz7yxk7
Capone, an Oldenburg warmblood, is back to his energetic self thanks to @UFVetMed. Veterinary cardiologists at @UF's Large Animal Hospital helped treat his heart arrhythmia. Read more from @UFHealth: https://t.co/z9H9StZBzP (📷: Louis Brems) https://t.co/JoBDesJ1Td
At their veterinarian's recommendation, Capone's owner drove him all the way from Mississippi during the pandemic to take advantage of UFCVM's state of the art cardiology care. "He's just a loved member of our family," said Sarah Sheen-Kilic, his owner. https://t.co/F2RjxJXufL
Congratulations on promotions in the Dept SACS @UFVetMed !! Amandine Lejeune, Clin. Associate Professor of Oncology Matt Johnson, Clin. Associate Professor of Surgery Caryn Plummer, Professor of Ophthalmology Sheila Carrera-Justiz, Clin. Associate Professor of Neurology https://t.co/7jjufzfkGr
Congrats to all of these fine faculty members from our Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences on their well-deserved promotions!👏👏👏 https://t.co/sWI655CGA3
Members of our Class of 2022 will be returning to campus on July 13 for hands-on learning. They have begun coming to our reception area one by one to pick up their white coats, which they will wear as they begin their clinical rotations. So excited for them! https://t.co/z6iolbfrAI
It is important to reflect on #Juneteenth especially during these times of protest as the nation demands an end to police brutality, racism, & violence against Black communities. Feel free to explore our Juneteenth virtual display with e-books & more ✊🏾📚 https://t.co/G6YSvnhQGA
Listen to Dr. Carl Southern, one of our emergency and critical care residents, sharing insights about his experiences as a black veterinarian in this especially relevant & moving new Veterinary Journal Club podcast. https://t.co/P1EGtjJPBZ
For years, Florida has been actively engaged in developing our seafood and aquaculture industry, which generates $3.2 billion annually and supports over 76,000 jobs. We’re ready to be a vital partner in continuing to bolster America’s seafood and aquaculture industry.
Congrats to @UF professor Adegbola Adesogan, a 2020 recipient of the Highly Cited Award from the @jdairyscience! 🐄 .@UFCALS, @uf_ansci @Livestock_Lab (📸: UF/IFAS file photo, 2017) https://t.co/VRePJtq3DE
Congratulations, Dr. Adesogan! https://t.co/RfcNLMGn8v
Researchers in @UFVetMed and @UFMedicine are screening several drugs that may interfere with a key behavior of COVID-19, in hopes of identifying a pharmaceutical means of preventing and/or treating infection with the coronavirus. https://t.co/NOmvk3fMn5
ICYMI: This exciting work is a collaboration between our college's @leahreznikov and Dr. David Ostrov of UF's College of Medicine. The hope is that a drug or drug already approved by the FDA can be found to prevent or treat infection with the coronavirus. https://t.co/0H5CFAVAmI
Summer is here, along with the risks of illness from tick bites. A new nationwide survey on tick-borne disease management reveals the most significant roadblocks to creating a uniform, national tick strategy. https://t.co/dxJT2f3bzP @FL_VBDCoE @UF_CLAS @UFVetMed https://t.co/xFPlzfnQBS
A study published today in the Journal of Medical Entomology involves the Southeastern Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases, led by UFCVM's Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan. A national survey found tick surveillance & control lagging in the U.S.& illuminates roadblocks to progress. https://t.co/11WrCOQPo1