Person

Jessica Lauren Klabnik

Grad Research Asst | Animal Science
Overview

Jessica "Jess" Klabnik is an early-stages PhD student with a particular interest in bovine reproductive physiology. Specific areas of interest include: gametogenesis, temperature-induced physiological changes, advanced reproductive technologies, genomics, public health, and large data management, including R. After graduation Jess intends to begin an academic career with an appointment that involves research, clinical duty and teaching at the undergraduate, graduate or veterinary level.

Research Focus

Bovine Reproduction Physiology, Comparative Clinical Theriogenology

Clinical Focus

Comparative Theriogenology, Food Animal Medicine and Surgery

Teaching Focus

Reproduction

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A105 ETREC Johnson Animal Research Building
1750 Alcoa Highway
Knoxville, TN 37996-4545
Education and Training
  • Doctorate, Veterinary Medicine, Kansas St Univ Manhattan, 2015

Jessica Lauren Klabnik

Grad Research Asst | Animal Science
Jessica Lauren Klabnik image
A105 ETREC Johnson Animal Research Building
1750 Alcoa Highway
Knoxville, TN 37996-4545
Education and Training
  • Doctorate, Veterinary Medicine, Kansas St Univ Manhattan, 2015
Overview

Jessica "Jess" Klabnik is an early-stages PhD student with a particular interest in bovine reproductive physiology. Specific areas of interest include: gametogenesis, temperature-induced physiological changes, advanced reproductive technologies, genomics, public health, and large data management, including R. After graduation Jess intends to begin an academic career with an appointment that involves research, clinical duty and teaching at the undergraduate, graduate or veterinary level.

Research Focus

Bovine Reproduction Physiology, Comparative Clinical Theriogenology

Clinical Focus

Comparative Theriogenology, Food Animal Medicine and Surgery

Teaching Focus

Reproduction