Dr. Julie Gard Schnuelle is a Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences in the Farm Animal Section, at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine (AUCVM). She is a diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists. Her PhD work was on bovine viral diarrhea virus as an embryonic pathogen. Her interests include embryo technologies, reproductive and respiratory pathogens, emergency preparedness, alternative therapies to reduce antibiotic use in food animals, and lameness. She is a member of a number of scientific societies such as the AVMA, ALVMA, AABP, IETS, AETA, USAHA, AAVLD, SFT, and ACT. She is the past chair of the abstract committee for the Society of Theriogenology. She is also an active member of IETS and is the past chair of the Health and Safety Advisory Committee. She on the AABP Emergency Response, BVDV and Reproductive Committees. She has served on a number of committees for the USAHA including the Animal Welfare, BVDV, and Import and Export Committee. She is the Theriogenology residency director at AUCVM. She is very involved with resident teaching and research. Additionally she is very involved in student clubs and is an AABP faculty representative, SAVMA faculty representative and coach of the SAVMA palpation team. She has a passion of teaching, specifically clinical teaching and has received the Deans award for excellence in teaching at AUCVM. She has served on numerous committees while at the AUCVM, including the Research and Graduate Studies Committee, Antibiotic Use Committee, Pharmacy Committee, Annual Conference and Continuing Education Committee, Preceptorship Committee, and the AUCVM Hospital Board. She is the chair of the Affiliate and Adjunct Faculty Committee and is a member of the IACUC for Auburn University.