Dr. Lynne Seibert received her DVM degree from the University of Tennessee. After 3 years in private practice, she completed Master’s and PhD degrees in biopsychology/neuroscience at the University of Georgia, with a focus on animal behavior and psychopharmacology. Lynne completed a residency in behavior medicine at the University of Georgia leading to board certification with the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists in 2001. She owned and operated a behavior referral practice in Seattle, Washington, and served as adjunct faculty at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and psychology faculty at Antioch University Seattle during this time. She is currently involved in teaching veterinary students at Tuskegee University and Auburn University and has taught veterinary behavior courses at six veterinary colleges. She is a Past President of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, and served two terms as secretary-treasurer on the ACVB Board of Regents. She has presented over 2,000 hours of behavior education in 37 states and four countries. She operates a clinical behavior referral service north of Atlanta. Her interests include avian behavior, compulsive and related disorders, psychopharmacology, and helping veterinarians implement behavior programs in general practice.
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