UF Large Animal Surgery Resident Receives National Award

Dr. Andrew Smith’s research interests include equine diagnostic imaging, orthopedic surgery, upper airway surgery, lameness, and podiatry.
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A large animal surgery resident and doctoral candidate at the University of Florida (UF) College of Veterinary Medicine was recently honored by a national professional association for his achievements in the clinical, educational, and scholarly arenas.

Andrew Smith, DVM, received a Residents’ Award from the American Association of Veterinary Clinicians, an organization of veterinary clinicians engaged in teaching and research at the professional, graduate, and postgraduate level. The award is given annually to two residents selected from all the veterinary residents in North America.

Smith completed his veterinary degree at North Carolina State University in 2009. He then completed consecutive internships in large animal surgery at North Carolina State University and at New England Equine Practice in Patterson, New York.

His research interests include equine diagnostic imaging, orthopedic and upper airway surgery, lameness, and podiatry

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