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Stacie C. Summers

Stacie C. Summers

DVM, PhD, Dip. ACVIM, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA

United States

Dr. Summers is board certified in small animal internal medicine and is currently an assistant professor at Oregon State University. She graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University and completed a rotating internship at Wheat Ridge Veterinary Specialists in Colorado. She then continued her education with a feline infectious disease research fellowship at Colorado State University (CSU) with the Center of Companion Animal Studies. Her PhD work was on novel etiologies and the role of the gut microbiome in cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD), and her current research focuses on feline medicine, urology and the microbiome. 

Contributions from Stacie C. Summers

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Feline gut-kidney axis

Issue number33.1 Published 31/05/2023

The feline gut-kidney axis: food for thought

There is now strong evidence that there are significant links between the gut and the kidneys, and that gastrointestinal health may be a key consideration when treating kidney disease, as discussed in this article

By Stacie C. Summers and Jessica M. Quimby

Feline renal proteinuria

Issue number30.1 Published 23/07/2020

Feline renal proteinuria

Proteinuria is a common and clinically relevant finding when performing a urinalysis...

By Stacie C. Summers