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A message from our department chairman, Dr. Carlos Risco. Dr. Risco, a specialist in theriogenology whose primary interest is dairy medicine, joined UF’s faculty in 1990 and was named department chair in 2012.

Welcome New Faculty!

Please welcome the new Faculty to the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences and Large Animal Hospital.

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Our UF Large Animal Clinical Sciences faculty are trained in a wide array of specialties. They are leaders in research with collaborative efforts from UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), USDA and other agricultural agencies.

UF Large Animal Clinical Sciences

The primary goal of the department of large animal clinical sciences to provide quality teaching, research, extension, and service in the areas of equine health, production animal (food animal) health, aquatic animal health, and companion animal health.

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