Sheila Teague, MS
Veterinary Technician III
Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
Sheila Teague, MS, graduated from Texas A&M University in 1995, with a BS in Animal Science and in 1998, with an MS in Reproductive Physiology. During the early part of her college career, she worked for the Stanfield Equine Clinic in Georgetown, Texas, during her time off. It was there that her keen interest in reproduction was first fostered.
In her later college years, Teague was employed as the head receptionist and then office manager for Van Stavern Small Animal Hospital in College Station, Texas. After finishing her MS, she accepted a position as a research technician at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS), working on the Rhodococcus equi, or foal pneumonia, study. In 2000, she moved to the Gastrointestinal (GI) Laboratory, where she worked on developing and running various assays to diagnose GI disease in dogs and cats.
In 2004, she returned to reproduction when she was hired as a veterinary technician in the Section of Theriogenology in the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences (VLCS) in the CVMBS. Teague enjoys her position, which allows her to conduct research, work with clinical cases, and teach veterinary medical students, as well as trainees.