Dr. Jacqueline Gimmler
Dr. Jacqueline Gimmler graduated cum laude with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M University in 2010. That same year she received the South Texas Veterinary Specialist Surgical Excellence Award. In 2011, Dr. Gimmler completed a small animal rotating internship at Central Texas Veterinary Specialty Clinic and in 2012 a dermatology internship at Austin Veterinary Dermatology and Allergy, both in Austin, Texas.
From 2014 to 2015, Dr. Gimmler served as the chief resident of Auburn Small Animal Teaching Hospital and chairperson of ACVD Resident Committee. Dr. Gimmler completed her dermatology residency and Master of Science degree at Auburn University in 2015.
Dr. Gimmler’s published articles include: Addressing epidermal barrier function in canine atopic dermatitis (Veterinary Medicine 2011), How To Perform a Myringotomy (Veterinary Medicine 2012), Successful management of cutaneous pythiosis in a dog with subsequent cutaneous vasculitis (Vet Record Case Reports 2014), and Determining canine skin concentrations of terbinafine to guide the treatment of Malassezia dermatitis (accepted by Veterinary Dermatology 2015).
Dr. Gimmler joined the ADRC family in July 2015. She primarily works at the Grapevine office.
In her free time, Dr. Gimmler enjoys reading, jogging, and musical theatre. She has 3 dogs named Gertie, Winston, and Blanche, as well as 2 cats named Neville and Mildred.