Large Animal Internal Medicine
Dr. Minuto was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. She was first introduced to horses at a young age through local riding lessons and 4-H programs. She grew to pursue this passion with a B.S. in Animal Science from the University of Vermont in 2014. She then attended The Ohio State University, where she completed her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2018. While in veterinary school, Jillian was an active participant in her student chapter of AAEP, and performed research focused in the endocrine response of sick equine neonates. Following graduation, Jillian completed a rotating equine internship at Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center, a busy equine referral practice in New Jersey, spending time in medicine, surgery, sports medicine, anesthesia, equine general practice and preventative care. Outside of the veterinary profession, Jillian enjoys spending time with her Catahoula cross, Cappi, hiking, biking, skiing, paddle boarding, and participating in Cross-fit.
- DVM – The Ohio State University, 2018
- BS - University of Vermont, 2014
Multiple adrenocortical steroid response to administration of exogenous ACTH to hospitalized foals. Dembek, Katarzyna; Timko, Kathryn; Johnson, Lindsey; Minuto, Jillian; Hart, Kelsey; Barr, Bonnie; Toribio, Ramiro. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2019; Volume 33, Issue 4, 20 May 2019
General Research Interests
- Emergency & Critical Care