Infectious Diseases Professor Named Lead Research Administrator at UF Veterinary College (UF Health Newsroom)

Infectious Diseases Professor Named Lead Research Administrator at UF Veterinary College

David Pascual, Ph.D., a professor of infectious diseases at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, has been named associate dean for research and graduate studies at the college after filling the post on an interim basis for over two years.

 “Dr. Pascual has done an outstanding job serving in an interim role,” said the college’s interim dean, Dana Zimmel, D.V.M. “He will continue to oversee all aspects of research and graduate training in the college, and will work closely with the director of clinical and translational research, Dr. Rowan Milner, and the director of graduate education, Dr. Jorge Hernandez, as well as administrative staff in our Office of Research and Graduate Studies, to carry out the college’s research mission.”

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