Caitlin Wiley-Messerschmidt

DVM, MS, Diplomate ACT
Clinical Assistant Professor
2434 Lloyd
Education & Certifications  

DACT - Diplomate of American College of Theriogenology, 2018
MS, Animal Reproductive Physiology, Iowa State University 2017
AETA, American Embryo Transfer Association Certified, 2017
DVM, The Ohio State University, 2013
BS, Animal Science, The Ohio State University, 2009


Instructor in Charge
VDPAM 416 - Bovine Reproduction Evaluation Lab
VDPAM 450 - Disturbances of Reproduction
VDPAM 451 - Clinical Embryo Transfer
VDPAM 471 - Food Animal Theriogenology
VCS 471E – Equine Reproduction
VCS 471C – Comparative Reproduction
VDPAM 476 – Food Animal Field Service
VDPAM 477 – Food Animal Medicine and Surgery
VCS 447 – Equine Diagnostics Lab
VDPAM 495 – Advanced Small Ruminant Production Med

Research Focus & Interests  

Assisted Reproductive Technologies – Bovine, Small Ruminant, Equine


AVMA – American Veterinary Medical Association
AETA – American Embryo Transfer Association
IETS – International Embryo Technology Society
AABP – American Association of Bovine Practitioners
AASRP – American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners

Selected Publications  

Wiley C, Jahnke M, Redifer C, Gunn PJ, Dohlman T. Effects of endogenous progesterone during ovarian follicle superstimulation on embryo quality and quantity in beef cows. Theriogenology. 2019. Available online 29JA19.

Wiley C, Jahnke M, Gunn PJ, Dohlman T. Embryo Grade, but not developmental stage, is related to embryonic sex in superovulated beef cows. Clinical Theriogenology. 2019;11(1); 53-57.

Wiley C, Jahnke M, Gunn PJ, Dohlman T. Anatomical location of bovine embryos following superstimulation in beef heifers. 2018;10(4): 427-434.