Jessica L. Klabnik, DVM, MPH, PhD, DACT
Assistant Professor of Theriogenology
Department of Clinical Sciences
College of Veterinary Medicine
1130 Wire Road
Auburn, AL 36849
PhD, University of Tennessee
MPH, Kansas State University
DVM, Kansas State University
BS, Penn State University
Dr. Jessica Klabnik (she/her/hers) earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University in 2011. She earned a Master of Public Health degree in 2014 and a DVM degree in 2015 from Kansas State University. She then completed a food animal ambulatory internship at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech). Afterwards, Dr. Klabnik was a comparative theriogenology resident at the University of Tennessee and became a board-certified theriogenologist (DACT) in 2018. She earned a PhD from the University of Tennessee in 2022.
Dr. Klabnik joined the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine faculty in 2022 as an assistant professor. Her clinical interests include reproduction of production animals, equine, and companion animals, with a particular focus on cattle. She greatly enjoys engaging in the education of residents and graduate students.
Male Subfertility, Male and Female Gamete Physiology, Genomics, and Advanced Reproductive Techniques, with an emphasis on Beef Reproduction and Bull Management