Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Dairy Herd Health
Dr. Lindell received his Bachelor of Science degree from The Citadel, followed by his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. Among his vast teaching experience, he has been a Food Animal Lecturer at Cummings School since 2005. Dr. Lindell has specific interests in Bovine Embryo Transfer and Food-Born Zoonotic Disease. Prior to arriving at Cummings School, Dr. Lindell owned a large animal ambulatory practice in CT. He has served on the American Embryo Transfer Association’s (AETA) Board of Directors, as a Past President, and is a currently a member of the organization’s Educational Committee. Dr. Lindell spearheaded the current IVF and Embryo Transfer Programs at Cummings School. He is one of the Bovine Reproductive Specialists for the SVF & Smithsonian Biodiversity Preservation Program. Dr. Lindell is an AETA-certified Embryo Transfer Practitioner and an Accredited Ovum Pick Up Practitioner for Boviteq USA. In his free time, Dr. Lindell enjoys traveling.
- DVM - Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine - 1994
- MS - Purdue University - 1994
- BS - The Citadel - 1990
General Research Interests
- Bovine embryo transfer and zoonotic disease