Anne Jablinski

Education & Certifications  
DVM, Texas A&M University, 2019
MS, Kansas State University, 2023
BS, Murray State University, 2015
VDPAM 477 Food animal medicine & surgery clinics
VDPAM 445 Food Supply Veterinary Medicine
Club talks: ISU CVM Surgery Club, SCAABP
Continuing education
House officer training
Research Focus & Interests  

Wellbeing and mindset among veterinarians; biomedical illustration; veterinary education through visual and tactile learning methods; anaplasmosis; impact of disease among beef bulls; hemolytic diseases

Honors & Awards  
KSU Resident of the year, 2023
KSU Phi Zeta Research Day 2nd place oral presentation, 2022
Kansas Capitol Graduate Research Summit, KSU top presenter, 2022
KSU Research and the State poster winner, 2021
AABP Mental Health Task Force, Newsletter coordinator, 2021 – present
Iowa Veterinary Medical Association Member
American Association of Bovine Practitioners
                Mental Health Task Force Committee Member
American Veterinary Medical Association Member
Association of Medical Illustrators
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators
Selected Publications  

Jablinski AC, Reppert EJ, Huser S, Robért BD, Jaeger JR, Kang Q, Anantatat T, Armstrong CL, and Reif KE. Kansas beef bulls with chronic anaplasmosis demonstrate satisfactory breeding soundness outcomes at breeding soundness examination. JAVMA. 2023 Sep 12; 261. Doi:


Recent publications under Lovett, AC

Lovett AC, Reppert EJ, Jaeger JR, Kang Q, Flowers MR, Bickmeier NP, Anantatat T, O'Day SC, Armstrong CL, Reif KE. Satisfactory breeding potential is transiently eliminated in beef bulls with clinical anaplasmosis. BMC Vet Res. 2022 Oct 29;18(1):381. doi: 10.1186/s12917-022-03470-7. PMID: 36309670; PMCID: PMC9617051.