2013 AETA Board Nominations

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Published on: August 30, 2013

LindseyBrad R. Lindsey, PhD

Brad received his Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Texas A&M University in 1982 & 1984, then his PhD from the University of Nebraska in 1998. His former employers include Granada Biosciences, Trans Ova Genetics, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the Tropical Beef Centre (Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia), Stroud Veterinary Embryo Services, AB Technology, Inc. (now Bioniche Animal Health), Minitube of America, Genetic Resources International (now Sexing Technologies) and OvaGenix.  Dr. Lindsey was an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin and at Washington State University and a member of the WSU/Idaho Center of Reproductive Biology.

In 2005, Brad started Rex Consulting (now Ovitra Biotechnology, Inc.) to provide ET services and technical support to cattle producers, biotech companies, and ET firms. A long-standing member of both the AETA and IETS, he has served on several committees (IETS: CANDES & Technology; AETA: Newsletter & currently, Certification) and was the Local Organizing Committee Chairman for the 2004 IETS meeting in Portland. Dr. Lindsey has dedicated his entire professional career to studying and implementing advanced embryo & reproductive technologies and continues to do so through Ovitra. With 30 years involvement in all facets of the ET industry (including academic teaching & research, private research & product development, producer- and practitioner-oriented consulting, services & training), Brad would like to use this experience by serving on the AETA BOD for the benefit and representation of all of its members.

 

SchnellerDr. John Schneller

Dr. John Schneller is a partner in Thousand Hills Embryo Transfer, serving southern Wisconsin and eastern Iowa.

Dr. Schneller was raised on a dairy and swine farm in southern Wisconsin until he attended the undergraduate program at Univ. of Wisconsin, River Falls, and received his DVM degree from the Univ. of Minnesota in 1979. In 1980 he joined the River Valley Veterinary Clinic in Plain, Wisconsin, becoming a partner in 1982. Dr. Schneller and his partner, Dr. Mike Kieler initiated ET services in 1981. The practice grew from four to nine veterinarians, becoming AETA certified in 1990.

After working in an exclusive ET role within the large animal practice for many years, Thousand Hills Embryo Transfer was formed as a separate business entity in 2012.  On farm work focuses on embryo collection, exports, and transfers of both in vivo and in vitro embryos in a primarily dairy area.

Dr. Schneller lives in Dodgeville Wisconsin, surrounded by great dairymen and high quality ET practices. He enjoys the proximity of his daughter who works in the local school system, and his son who is a sophomore at Univ. of Wisconsin College of Vet Medicine. Free time involves cattle, fishing, writing, and service jaunts to Latin America, supporting several long-term missions.

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