Dr. Tibary graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire in Morocco. He earned his MS and PhD in reproductive medicine and surgery from the University of Minnesota and was certified as a Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists in 1991. He worked as a clinician in theriogenology in Morocco and the University of Minnesota before becoming the Scientific Director of the Veterinary Research Center in Abu Dhabi, UAE where he helped develop a referral center for infertility and artificial breeding in Arabian horses and camels. He served as the resident veterinarian and veterinary consultant to the Royal stables and the National Stud Farms in Morocco and the Amiri stable in Abu Dhabi (UAE). Dr. Tibary joined the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University where he is now a professor and head of the Comparative Theriogenology service providing clinical service and conducting research in equine, ruminants and camelids reproduction. He received several awards recognizing his excellence in teaching and clinical practice including the Norden Distinguished Teacher Award (2001 and 2005), the faculty member award by the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association (2003) the North African Veterinary Achievement award for contributions to equine practice (2006) and the Veterinary Achievement Award by the Alpaca Research Foundation (2007). He was named 2011 Theriogenologist of the Year by the American College of Theriogenologists. His focus on camelid theriogenology is on artificial breeding and diagnosis of reproductive disorders.