Michelle Kutzler

Associate Professor
michelle.kutzler [at] oregonstate.edu

Office: 541-737-1401
Other: 541-740-1434
Fax: 541-737-4174

Weniger Hall

Weniger Hall 561A

103 SW Memorial Place

103 SW Memorial Place
Corvallis, OR 97331
Curriculum Vitae: 

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At OSU
Affiliated with: 
Animal & Rangeland Sciences
Do you accept grad students?: 
I accept graduate students for Animal and Rangeland Sciences Department
Courses Taught: 

ANS 401 Undergraduate Research

ANS 405 Calving School

ANS 410 Animal Science Internship

ANS 432 Equine Reproduction

ANS 456 Companion Animal Production

ANS 673 Mammalian Reproductive Biology

Headquarters: 
OSU Main Campus
Beyond OSU
Personal Interests: 

Not only does Dr. Kutzler own and show llamas and alpacas, she breeds, trains and shows Dachshunds and is an AKC Breeder of Merit. Dr. Kutzler and her husband (Sean) of 24 years have 3 amazing children, including one who is following in her mother's footsteps at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine.

Biography

Dr. Michelle Kutzler is a native of Kent, Washington. She graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. After graduation, Dr. Kutzler worked in dairy practice in Minnesota for four years before going to Cornell University to pursue a theriogenology residency under the supervision of Dr. Vicki Meyers-Wallen and Dr. Rob Gilbert. Dr. Kutzler stayed on at Cornell University for a PhD under the tutelage of Dr. Peter Nathanielsz. Her thesis research investigated the effects of multiple courses dexamethasone on placental vascular blood flow in sheep. Dr. Kutzler also completed a Master in Business Administration in Organizational Leadership from Oregon State University.

 

Since 2002, Dr. Kutzler has been at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon.  Dr. Kutzler teaches numerous courses including Companion Animal Production, Equine Reproduction, Calving School, Mammalian Reproductive Biology, and Hormone Action. Dr. Kutzler also enjoys giving lectures to colleagues and lay audiences. She has published widely in the fields of both large and small animal theriogenology. Dr. Kutzler spends much of her day mentoring undergraduate and graduate research students.

 

Dr. Kutzler has been an active member of the Society for Theriogenology since 1994 and an active member of the American College of Theriogenologists since 1999. Within the ACT, Dr. Kutzler has served on the Scientific Abstract Committee and the Certifying Examination Committee. Dr. Kutzler is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the AVMA Conference Content Coordinator for Companion Animal Theriogenology. Dr. Kutzler also holds positions in several small ruminant associations: American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners (student chapter advisor, Region 4 Director, Treasurer), Llama Association of North America (President), and Alpaca Owners Association (membership committee). Dr. Kutzler is also on the Scientific Advisory Committee for the Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs and the Chair of Scientific Committee for the Quadrennial International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction, and the Director of Business Operation for the Oregon Women for Higher Education.

My Publications

2008

Book Chapter

M. A. Kutzler, Post-partum disorders of the bitch, in Kirk’s Current Veterinary Therapy XIV, St. Louis, MO: Elsevier-Saunders, 2008.

2007

Journal Article

M. A. Kutzler and Hofmaster, I. L., Aplasia of the tubular reproductive tract in a mare, Journal of American Vet Medicine Association, 2007.
M. A. Kutzler, Estrus induction and synchronization in canids and felids, Theriogenology, vol. 68, no. 3, pp. 354 - 374, 2007.
M. A. Kutzler, Feleciano, J., and Valentine, B. A., Mandibular ameloblastoma in a mare, Equine Veterinary Education, vol. 19, no. 9, pp. 471 - 475, 2007.

2006

Journal Article

M. A. Kutzler, Shoemaker, M., Valentine, B. A., Bildfell, R. J., and Tornquist, S. J., Bilateral Cystic Rete Testis in an Alpaca Lama Pacos, Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, vol. 18206216821692010224627208731, no. 3, pp. 303 - 306, 2006.

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