Assistant Research Professor
2003. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.), Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
1999. B.S. Zoology, Auburn University
Dr. Juli D. Goldstein has been actively involved in the marine mammal field for the last 7 years. She has completed extensive training courses and veterinary externships that focused exclusively on the husbandry, care, assessment, and medical treatment of stranded and captive marine mammals. She is a graduate and now serves as an instructor for the MARVET veterinary training program. In addition she has trained at many marine facilities including the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California, Dolphin Quest Hawaii and Oahu, as well as the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Illinois. She has been an active member of the Harbor Branch's Marine Mammal Research and Conservation group since 2003 and serves as an on-call veterinarian for the National Marine Fisheries (NMFS) Southeast Stranding Network. Dr. Goldstein has also provided specialized veterinary services for the last 5 years of the Indian River Lagoon Live Dolphin Health and Risk Assessment Project, and has published in several peer-reviewed journals on research data related to the health of marine mammals. She currently serves as the on-site clinical veterinarian, Assistant Research Professor, and attending clinical veterinarian for the HBOI/FAU Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
- Clinical marine mammal and aquatic medicine
- Cardiomyopathy in Pygmy and Dwarf Sperm Whales
- Aquatic Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound